Some questions I commonly get asked


Q:  I saw your site and I think its totally awesome.  How can I get in touch with you?

A:  Thanks! I offer a contact section at the bottom of the page where you can send me an awesome form email with some information.  If its about a potential job, that's the best way to get in touch with me.  If its just positive feedback about the site, I'd really love to hear from you via my Twitter page (@adammillers)

Q: I have this project [insert project here] and I was wondering if you'd be interested in working on it?

A: I always love hearing about new projects, so please contact me via the form I mentioned on the previous question.

Q: What types of projects do you typically work on?

A: I've spent a great deal of time working on mobile device interfaces, so that's my area of greatest interest.  This includes settings apps such as Motorola's SmartActions, as well as upcoming iOS titles.  I have also played a design role in several other companies, typically where I consult, assist with presentations, and/or create documents for a variety of design purposes.

Q: Who do you work for?

A: Right now I'm a freelance designer, although most of my work is through a design consultancy called Earlybird Creative.  They're a terrific firm based out of Chicago, with an enormous list of clients. I highly suggest checking out their website.

Q: What city are you based out of?

 

A: Right now I live with my lovely wife and daughter in the great city of Indianapolis.  I work out of my home office.  Interestingly enough, none of my clients have been based out of, or even had an office in Indianapolis.  I'm always a tele-commuting, which works out TERRIFICALLY.  I find that its much easier to focus and be productive without all the distractions of the office doughnuts and staff meetings.  I do travel for work quite frequently, so I'm no stranger to jumping on a flight for the necessary face to face meetings.

 

Q: Do you really get asked all of these questions frequently?

A: Nope, I'm just trying to get ahead of some possible inquiries :-)