designportfolio
You know what sets a design portfolio apart these days? It’s not a designer’s experience, beautiful visuals or the number of clients. It’s the way you communicate those things. Your portfolio should first demonstrate how you get things done rather than showcase a bunch of visuals out of context. It should tell a story that articulates your personality, work ethics, process and goals you achieve with your work. As people become increasingly resistant to all those titles, names and beautiful visuals, it’s time to make portfolios more personal and interactive, and have at least a few great customer stories to…

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