Thanks for reading and thanks for the feedback.
We may live or die by process, but for the most part, the process is largely the same across projects. Many of the details and specific tools we use may change, but we can cover that in the case studies. Further, showing me that a person knows/follows a process doesn’t show me that it is done successfully — it could be just UX Theater.
When people talk in process, most projects largely sound the same. Did interviews, did wireframes, did testing.
When people talk in outcomes, it’s easier to see impact. Seeing a line “Created wireframes that reduced user response time by 50%” makes me want to know more about that project where learning about a process doesn’t. This is what I’m arguing people should be doing where possible.
And yes, this lack of space for the information is exactly what makes the design of resumes so challenging and can really highlight the quality of the designer when they do a great job with it.