A test for feasibility measures the operational capabilities leveraged in a new solution. It asks the organization to look internally and objectively assess their strengths — technology, financial, branding, customer service, partnerships, etc. If a new solution can leverage ~80% of current operational capabilities, and new capabilities can be built where an organization is already strong, it will strengthen the foundation of the company and the competitive advantage of the business.
Lead with your work In the end, it’s all about the work in your portfolio, and the portfolio itself. Remember that hiring managers will only look at the portfolio for a few seconds before deciding whether to drill down further; optimize for it. Entice the viewer with a product or a problem statement, and lead them through with a narrative. Hiring managers want to see your approach, your process, and the way you think about a design problem. Hint: if you only have lots of pretty pictures, it’s likely you won’t be considered.