Here’s Why You Need an E-Learning Portfolio. A few weeks ago I announced a job opening.
I got about 1000 inquiries and ended up looking at over 200 portfolios. I could have looked at more but I got a lot of emails from people who didn’t have portfolios. They tended to fall into one of two camps. They either didn’t have a portfolio or the projects they worked on were proprietary so they couldn’t share them. I know that many of you are in the same boat. Be at the Crossroads When Opportunity and Preparation Meet. Opportunities exist. About 50 people told me that they didn’t have portfolios and it would take them a week or so to pull them together.
Control Your Own Destiny Many elearning developers face two common problems. Untitled. 5 Examples of Beautiful Resume/CV Templates. It's becoming more and more common for potential employers to simply request a link to your website, rather than a sheet of paper.
And an online resume is a good professional compliment to your PDF resume—the two work together. Did you know that we have a big set of site templates on Envato Elements, specifically for resumes/CVs optimized for the web? Here are a handful of responsive, web resume templates you can build from. Check out these beautiful, functional designs: VSResume is based on an analysis of over 500 existing resumes on the web—all the best parts are implemented in VSResume.
Sukces is a powerful personal resume HTML5/CSS3 Template for everyone. This template includes some amazing CSS3 effects and animations, optimized code, a contact form, Google Maps integration, Font Awesome icons, a filterable portfolio, and much more. Jestem is an elegant and minimal personal resume vCard HTML/CSS template based on the Bootstrap 3 framework. Redesign Your Portfolio Site: 4 Tips To Make It Better And Get More Business. 10 Things Clients Look For In a Design Portfolio. Feb 06 2010 By Thursday Bram There’s no formula for a perfect portfolio.
There’s no format that’s guaranteed to land you clients, as long as you follow it. However, there are certain questions that a prospective client has in mind when he’s looking for a web designer. If your portfolio can supply the answers a client wants, you can improve your portfolio’s ability to convince a client and land a new project. Your portfolio may not be the only way that your clients find you, but it’s likely that most of your clients have at least seen it at some point. The Anatomy of a Portfolio Site. This is part two of the week long series “Website Anatomy Class“.
This is an article for the web designers that want their portfolios to reflect the quality of work they are doing. After doing a fair share of research into this brand of sites I’ve walked away having noticed some recurring themes that result in a rather effective presentation. Let’s take a minute, break apart the average portfolio site, and see what we can learn to help improve our own.
The Front Page – Make Me Say “Wow!” The front page of your portfolio site is literally the first impression visitors have, think about how many sites you’ve clicked away from because they have sub-par presentation, it doesn’t always matter how good the content is. Rather than speculate as to what constitutes as a “Wow” page, I’m going to just link to a couple and you can be the judge.
Sites that do this Services – How Are You Useful to Me? So how do you cater to the masses without losing either end of the spectrum? Abstract Example Gallery Google+ How To Create A Dynamic Design Portfolio with Wordpress. UPDATE – Sept. 20th 2009: The system described in this tutorial is no longer in use in the new website.
I’ll update the tutorial as soon as possible with picture references of the old system. As anticipated in a recent post I have set out to turn my Portfolio and Freebies pages into dynamic lists that update automatically every time I add new content. The process is finally complete. Here’s how I did it. The first thing I did was of course search for tutorials on this subject and although I did find some useful resources there was nothing that suited my needs. The solution lies in using custom fields for the posts. The very idea: display the usual post items in the blog, create additional items using custom fields and create a portfolio page template that displays them. Depending on how you design your portfolio page you will have to add different custom fields to your posts. Knowledge of WordPress is required to follow the next steps. MyProFolio.