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Presentum helps you practice your portfolio presentation with other designers. You can book them at your convenience, and we'll do the rest–send invites, connect you on a platform, and record a video with your presentation. Peers will write you their feedback. It is really cool when you prepare for job interviews.
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Product design mock interviews.

Practice in a friendly environment.

Practice any time
500+ designers in all time zones can listen to your presentation
Find peers at a convenient time
Book a session in 2 clicks
We'll send invites and connect you on a platform
Share your best take with recruiters
Pick your best take when ready
Recruiters on our platform will watch your presentation
They will connect to you directly
This will save you time and nerves
New listener each time
Perfect for testing different take on portfolio presentation
Track your progress
Get used to presenting to different people
Make sure people with different backgrounds can understand your story
Get structured feedback
Product thinking
What was your most interesting project
Your individual contribution
XFN examples
Improvement areas
I'm ready to practice

Live practice is key.

We've got you covered.

You can use all our resources to prepare for product designer job interviews–from the guide to practicing with other designers and honing your presentation and portfolio.

Learn how they hire.
We have a free guide that explains the hiring process in detail.
Live practice (mock interviews).
Presentum has more than 500 designers from all time zones. Just book any time you want and we’ll match you with the best peer.
Get feedback on your portfolio.
Peers write feedback after each practice. Testing a presentation on real people helps you improve it.
Rewatch your presentations.
We record videos and you can rewatch them afterwards to know exactly what and why you would want to change.
Act as a hiring manager.
Listening to other designers will help you spot your own mistakes. And you can learn from others.
Share your best take with recruiters.
We connect hiring managers and designers directly. It might save you weeks.
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The guide.

This free guide is sharp-focused on your interviewing: how-tos, processes, what to expect, and best practices. It might work for you if you have never applied to the big tech (FAANG+) companies, or it might be a refresher course.

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How to build your portfolio presentation

Presentation structure and how to describe your projects.

Optimize the next job search

Learn how to approach the interview prep

The hiring process explained

Interviewing might seem odd and lengthy, but if you understand why it is what it is, you might adjust your expectations and benefit from it.

Get the most of your practice

How to overcome procrastination, get the most from your presentation, and avoid common mistakes.
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Just curious? Watch this.

Watch a designer’s first take on her portfolio presentation. This is how Presentum sessions look like. This is what is expected when people practice. The more you practice, the better the result!


How long does it take to prepare for an interview?

We recommend setting aside at least one week to absorb all the necessary information and to create a first draft of your presentation. It's a very good idea to spend 2 to 3 weeks practicing with peers. By practicing at least once a week and listening to others' presentations in the same week, you can learn what adjustments your presentation needs and then test them the following week. It's important to improve your presentation based on feedback from others, as real interviews involve presenting to unfamiliar people. Absorbing and implementing feedback takes time, as does testing and refining your presentation, which is why it's usually best to allow a week in between practice sessions. It usually takes at least three iterations of practice and feedback before your presentation will be effective for a real interview.

How is this service better than hiring a mentor from a FAANG company?

While mentorship can be extremely beneficial, we recommend first eliminating as many errors as possible from your presentation before reaching out to experts. Practicing with other designers on our platform allows you to test your presentation and receive feedback at your own pace, which can save you both time and money. Once you've practiced enough, seek out a guide to help tailor your portfolio and interview skills for a specific company.

Is it possible to prepare for an interview on my own? Why is it important to practice with peers?

Presenting to unfamiliar people can feel intimidating at first, but by practicing with a real audience, you become more comfortable with the experience. It also affords you valuable feedback and the time and space to make adjustments to your presentation that will be clear to you are essential.

But I can practice with my friends!

That can be helpful, sure, but we're strongly advocating for fresh feedback each time. Our platform provides those fresh faces for each iteration of your presentation. Also, your friends might be biased, they get you, and you will get different feedback from an unfamiliar person.

Why should I listen to other people's presentations?

Listening to other people's presentations can be a highly effective way to learn and improve your own skills. By acting as a hiring manager, you gain insight into how candidates are perceived by employers—insight you can use. Additionally, receiving specific feedback on a presentation from a listener can help you better understand your own presentation. Listening to a variety of presentations exposes you to different styles and techniques, which can inform your own preparation.

Can you help me find a job even if I don't have relevant experience?

Companies are always looking for all kinds of specialists. Please read our guide on requirements for the product designer role and see if you fit. Some users told us that after reading the guide, they started gaining relevant experience in their current jobs to prepare for interviews. Some chose to stay in their current jobs because they became more valuable employees and received raises. While we didn't directly provide them with experience, our guidance helped them get there.

Will you help me find a job?

Yes. We are connecting to hiring managers and companies that specialize in tech. Once you've practiced at least three times on our platform, you will pick your best take, and the video with your interview will become available for a hiring party. They will connect to you directly if there is a match.


What designers say about practicing on Presentum

Aimee A.

I liked that almost everyone approached responsibly, listened, gave feedback. According to the feedback, I could see what I need to work on, what I need to improve on.It was also very useful to see how others perceive my presentation because in my head there are some moments that I consider important/cool, but the guys noticed others. Thank you for this experience, it was really useful and worth the time spent. 🙌🏻

Emily D.

I finished the presentation training program and want to say - thank you very much! It is an incredible experience and emotions)) On my first presentation I shook like a leaf, then by the end I became much more confident and relaxed. I was very glad that I was able to speak in front of people, and I also received a lot of positive feedback from my peers. It was a very useful experience for me. Thank you for everything!

Alexander P.

Thank you for the impulse to practice. As a result, I've put together 3 large case studies. Before this, I spent a year trying to research information, analyzing other people's portfolios, watching dozens of videos on YouTube, writing case structures and more stuff like that. But I never got down to business because writing a huge case study can be overwhelming. And there's an even bigger struggle bc I understand that no one will read it. Your course really focused things and the 'elephant' turned out to be not so big anymore. After live presentations, I understood what and how to describe and put together a portfolio based on the presentations. It turned out great.

Alina S.

Dear Presentum authors! Thank you very much for the course. I read it a couple of times, each time rewrote the theses and storytelling differently, based specifically on case studies, interactions with the team, and my contribution. I currently have a bias towards the descriptive part rather than the graphics in my presentations. In one case, a feature looks like a small thing, but there's a lot under the hood. I'll think about how to add graphics. It's great when you answer questions on each case, it helps me understand how to better tell the story in my portfolio ✨💛

Daria M.

It became a lot easier to speak each time. At first I was shy of my English and pronunciation and stumbled often, then I stopped paying attention to it and concentrated more on the meaning. Now I even remember to breathe between sentences))

It was difficult for me to shift the focus from the product to myself. The guys pointed out to me that it is important to convey the value of specifically myself as a designer, not just talk about the finished product in a presentation.

After reading the theory in the guide, I revisited the previously written case study descriptions and reorganized the accents. Overall, I structured how to most convincingly organize the story about my work.

And of course, it was very interesting and useful to listen to other people's presentations. Almost more useful than receiving feedback on myself.

Marina I.

Very cool guide. I've read it several times this month. I made a mind map to understand it better. At first everything seems clear and understandable, but proper understanding comes when you practice with other people.