Your portfolio is the most useful tool you must care about. A portfolio can help you attract new clients or find your dream job. So it’s worth putting some effort into getting your portfolio into the best shape. I will share with you my experience as a designer and visual artist, to show you the best tools on how to create a portfolio design both digital and print.
Depending on your purpose, there are two types of portfolios – Hardcover portfolio book, and Digital Portfolio.
Hardcover Portfolio Book
The choice of how to make your printed portfolio depends on your time and budget.
If you opt for a DIY portfolio, below is a useful link that will help you step by step to create your portfolio yourself.
You can also find useful advice in this video made by Sea Lemon.
Some useful Portfolio Presentation Books on Amazon
Professional Online Printers
For me, opting for a professional Online printer is the best strategy regarding quality and time. But choosing an online printer is not an easy task. There are so many choices.
With that in mind, here are three truly great online printers, who provide premium quality projects at affordable prices, within a reasonable pace of time.
A digital portfolio offers more flexibility. Creating your digital portfolio gives you the possibilities to share and showcase your work easily. The importance of online presence is more important than ever, and an online portfolio will increase your visibility and presence.
However, tons of online portfolio websites claim to help create unique and professional online portfolios in the market, and you just don’t know which one of them would be the best choice? Here is a list of free and paid online sites for you to create your perfect portfolio:
1. Behance (Free)
2. WordPress (Free)
3. Dribbble (Free)
4. Wix (Paid)
Building a creative portfolio about your graphic design and digital work is a creative way to connect with others. In my opinion, online portfolios can be more innovative and flexible than printed portfolios because they allow you to share your work worldwide.
Do you have an online portfolio? Share it with the world below!
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