Your portfolio is a snapshot of your creative life. It’s the highlights and achievements of your career up to this point in time. It’s how you answer when someone asks, “So what do you do?” But in today’s massively interconnected and trending world, web design portfolios have to more than tell. They must show.
Obviously, past projects are important components to any portfolio. Prospective employers want to know what you’ve studied, who you’ve worked with, and what kind of final project you can produce. These components are simliar to the components in any boring, static, stapled cover-sheet-and-resume.
The major difference—and advantage—of web and graphic design portfolio examples is that the format itself can be part of the portfolio. The way you depict your contact information, your cover letteRead More