Creating a portfolio can be a daunting task. You’ve got a lot to consider… Font, layout, colour, what content to include, what not to include, the list goes on. Here’s a quick run through of our do’s and dont’s based on client feedback over the years…
The Do’s and Don’ts of Digital Portfolios
Easy to navigate
- Keep it easy to access. Include a simple interface with accessible navigation tabs.
Be clear and concise
- When giving details about your projects, the reader wants to know what you’ve accomplished, so try to get to the point as quickly as possible.… Read more
Does your portfolio really showcase your talents and make creative agencies sit up and take notice? Or does it lack direction and focus, with a mishmash of work and projects that don’t really convey who you are and what you can do?
Read on for my advice on how to streamline your portfolio and give your creative career a boost.
5 Ways To Improve Your Portfolio
Just as I would recommend tailoring your CV to a specfic job application, your portfolio should be compiled for both the role you are after, and the agency you hope to work for.… Read more
Last month I was asked to speak at the Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design at their 2014 conference. This was a great opportunity to share my experience of recruiting in the UX sector to current UX practitioners, students and those looking to get into UX from other digital fields.
HCID is the leading research centre in the UK for Human-Computer interaction and also provides business consultancy and teaching services. Their annual conference is an excellent opportunity for those interested in the field; this year’s theme was “Making the Future”.… Read more