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- 26:54 Q: What kind of advice do you have for someone like me with a giant gap in their work history?
- 32:30 Q: What do you think and what are standards in your circles - should designers know basics of HTML and CSS?
- 42:48 Q: How do I combat the "We need high-res mocks for QA to look at, so they know how it's supposed to look"?
- 54:25 Signing off...
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