"When interviewing for a UX design position, be prepared to speak to your design process, preferences, and project experience. Employers are looking for candidates that can adapt their company's brand aesthetic in a way that provides a satisfying experience for their users. Be ready to answer questions about your ability to work closely with engineers and project managers as well as your knowledge of graphic design programs, web development, and user interface design."
They do a thorough job of preparing you with providing a range of questions as well as describing the format in which they'd like them answered.
I practiced being succinct before my interview. I identified the projects in my portfolio I would highlight and practiced talking about them.
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