UXmatters has published 2 articles on the topic Portfolio Design.
To get work as a professional designer, whether as an in-house designer or an independent consultant, the first thing you need to have is a good design portfolio. If you want to win design projects, your design portfolio must impress your prospective clients. Your portfolio showcases your design skills, creativity, and talent and helps clients to envision what they can expect if they hire you. Your portfolio can help you to make a great first impression, which is essential in today’s competitive design industry.
How can you create a brilliant, eye-catching design portfolio? First, you must decide what goals you want to achieve through your design portfolio and what information it should include. Your design portfolio should be a virtual gallery of your best designs. It should tell a well-crafted story about your work and give your future clients a sneak-peek into the design processes and methods you use in overcoming design challenges. Read More
Have you been struggling with a lack of confidence in the quality of your existing UX design portfolio—perhaps because companies are not responding to your job applications? Are you wondering which areas of your portfolio you should change or keep as they are? If you’re creating a new design portfolio, are you unsure where to begin? UX designers commonly face such situations as these—especially those who are just starting out in UX design.
A strong portfolio is undoubtedly your most important asset as a UX design professional. It is a platform that lets you demonstrate your skills and showcase your personality. A good portfolio can help you to land interviews for your ideal job or attract clients for freelance projects. However, with the vast amount of competition that’s out there, many of you are probably wondering: How can I make my portfolio stand out? Read More