Dzine Blog | Design inspiration and Resources The Ministry of Type Noisy Decent Graphics Clay Shirky came into the office yesterday. One of the many interesting points he made was people moan about there being information overload these days, which is nonsense, ever since Gutenberg it's been impossible to keep up with all the "information". What's changed is that your filters don't work as well as they used to. The filters you use to choose which books you read don't work for the internet, twitter, 24 hours news etc etc. I love this. If we distill that as - there isn't too much information, you just need better filters - you can then swap information for almost anything and it still works. There isn't too much TV, you just need better filters. There isn't too much email, you just need better filters. There aren't too many meetings, you just need better filters. Interesting thought to apply to work. Systems. Anyway.
Web Design Blog, Tutorials and Inspiration | Web Design Ledger Blog Archive » 7 Tips For Creating a Print-Based Design Portfolio This is a bold statement, but building a portfolio is quite tricky because everyone seems to have a differing opinion on how it should be done. Building a portfolio is about showcasing your work and therefore, it should be an expression of your personality and design style. Most online articles tend to offer advice on just web-based portfolios. Though PDF and web-based portfolios are becoming more acceptable, I still believe that nothing takes the place of a well-executed print portfolio that a potential client or employer can physically hold and flip through during a meeting. What steps can you take to make your print portfolio your absolute best? Get as much professional work in your portfolio as soon as possible. I’ve now been out of school for about a year and in that time, I have replaced nearly every class-initiated project with client work. Invest in a format that you’re passionate about. Limit the number of projects that you choose to showcase. Simple Layouts are Good.
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