Re: portfolio docs that WERE confidential...
I'd password-protect the PDF, add a watermark, and add a first pageexplaining things.
And what would I put in the watermark?
The entire portfolio requires a click to accept the NDA, so I’m fine there. But I don’t want people thinking that I posted confidential info when I didn't.
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