I mean, it probably didn't go terribly, because she didn't call the interview to a halt after ten minutes and announce, "Nope, you will not be a good fit for us" but I also didn't get a job offer at the end so...toss-up.
I usually do really well in in-person interviews, where I can read the person's reactions, but on the phone it's really hard. Their voice is distorted so I can't fully gauge how genuine their "Yes, that sounds good" really is. I can't see facial reactions so it's harder to tell when a comment needs to be clarified. The interviewer said she was taking notes - does that mean the awkward pause at the end of my answer is due to her typing or is she trying to figure out what I said? I CAN'T TELL!!!
But I should be hearing sometime next week whether I will be moving on or if I've been eliminated from the candidate pool. I"ll get a call from the recruiter for the next step. (She called ten minutes after the interview ended so she's really on top of things, at least!)
Odd thing: I was told to expect a video interview, so I was nervous. Cleared out a space on the dining room table so I could have my bookshelves in the background, instead of a pile of laundry, and I dressed up nicely so I'd be decent-looking on the webcam. Didn't matter. But maybe I would have given lazy answers on the phone if I was wearing pajamas, so it all works out in the end.