Projects on A.Team
Highlight your expertise, impact and teamwork to companies using projects
Project cards are designed to facilitate a comprehensive showcase of your unique accomplishments to other builders and potential clients. After the formation of hundreds of teams over the past few years, we've honed in on what companies prioritize when selecting a team for their mission. We crafted project cards to help you communicate your prior experience efficiently, enabling companies to understand what you've built, the impact you had and why you're a great fit for their mission.
Having detailed project cards can significantly impact your chances of landing a mission by allowing companies to see how your experience aligns with their mission. Project cards serve as a dynamic canvas for showcasing the challenges you've tackled, the impact you've driven, and the teammates you've worked with. We've designed project cards to provide a more intuitive, informative, and visually appealing way for you to present your projects to companies with the information that matters most when applying to missions.
Level Up Your Profile
A.Team is all about missions, and the way you display your work should reflect this mission-based ethos. The most successful builders on our platform don't merely list their former employers on their project cards. Instead, they use them to curate the most exciting product initiatives they’ve worked on. That means if, for instance, you worked at Amazon and you shipped two products from inception to realization, you could create a separate project card for each one.
Create a Project
Head to your profile to get started, you may already see some recommended projects waiting for you to polish. From your profile view, click edit in the upper right and then click add project. From there:
Fill out the project name, giving it a descriptive title, potentially including what you accomplished. For example, “Checkout Flow Revamp at BuyNow: 20% Conversion Lift" or “Conversion Uplift at ShopEase: Full Stack Redesign”
Select the company in the company name section. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, you can add it.
We’ll do our best to find the company logo, but you can upload a custom logo if you’d prefer.
Company URL and Project URL
Add the URL of the company you worked on the project with. If there’s a specific URL for the project, add that as well.
Add the industry the company is in
A picture is worth a thousand words, and in your project card, it stands out as the first thing that the person viewing the card sees giving your project a visual identity. By default, the first uploaded image is set as the cover, but you can select your preferred image. If you don’t upload an image, we’ll use a placeholder with the company logo.
Role and Dates
Add in your title and role, even if it’s the same. The title allows you to get specific if the role doesn’t fully capture your contribution. Add when you worked on the project.
Skills tie your expertise to the project. You can add up to six skills from your profile that best encapsulate the skills used in the project. If you want to add additional skills not in the list, you’ll first need to add them to your profile.
Metrics are optional yet powerful — these are often the most important to companies reviewing your project cards. They quantify your impact, providing a tangible measure of your contributions. You can add up to three metrics, encapsulating the quantifiable impact of your project.
Now you can easily write a project description using our writer assistant. Simply fill out the project card and start writing to get personalized recommendations for project card descriptions. You can then edit, revise, or expand to accurately reflect your project.
Invite collaborators to your project by adding their names and roles. Once invited, collaborators receive notifications to accept or reject the invitation. If accepted, they’ll have the opportunity to edit the card to make it their own, and it will be added to their profile with you listed as a collaborator.
Share your project
Every project gets a unique link for easy sharing, though viewing is exclusive to A.Team members.