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40 brilliant design portfolios to inspire you

40 brilliant design portfolios to inspire you
The internet is full of thousands upon thousands of awe-inspiring creative resumes and design portfolios. To enable you to stand out in this tough market, it's important to make your online portfolio as impressive as you can. It's not just the examples of work that need to blow away your potential clients (although they do help) it's the way that they're presented. You don't have to be a superstar creative director or web designer; a touch of creativity and innovative thinking will get you a long way. And there are plenty of free online tools, such as Behance, to help you build a portfolio without any coding knowledge. So, check out these inspiring examples of online design portfolios, both for individual designers and design agencies – to help you angle your own in just the right way… 01. Daniel Spatzek is freelance graphic designer and art director from Austria, and his site does a brilliant job of showing off both his design and web skills. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12.

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8 Educational Apps To Create Digital Portfolios by Jennifer Rita Nichols, TeachThought Intern Digital portfolios are becoming increasingly popular in classrooms across North America. School administration, teachers, parents, and students are all recognizing the benefits of this amazing tool. Digital portfolios have the ability to impact education and student learning in ways that we simply have not been able to do before technology evolved to the level it is at today.

Create the perfect design portfolio: 30 pro tips How much time do you spend improving your portfolio? Be honest - does it showcase your best stuff? Whether your design portfolio is physical or digital, read on to discover how to create the perfect portfolio today! There's nothing more important to your career than presenting your best work in an attractive, professional and accessible way. So for this article we've spoken to leading designers, illustrators and creatives and pulled together a selection of great tips and advice for dusting off a tired design portfolio and making it the very best it can be for that design job that you've discovered on the Creative Bloq jobs board.

17 Sites for Web Design Inspiration Now that anyone can learn to code, and probably should, web design and development are becoming more and more personal in both approach and learning curves. There's a plethora of ways to tackle web dev and code, and professional designers and developers are no different. We asked several developers from various online publications what their favorite sources are for design and code inspiration, and the results are as varied as the projects these professionals make themselves. In addition to following various makers on Twitter, these developers cited everything from Reddit to social web apps to coding blogs and general inspiration sites. Check out their responses below, and let us know what your favorites are in the comments. 1.

Give your tablet pro graphics skills with new productivity app Working on a new Illustrator tutorial but your equipment slowing you down? For any artist or designer who wants to upgrade an old tablet to something that more resembles a pro graphics tablet, Tablet PC Mouse is a no-brainer; it massively enhances performance by adding any number of custom on-screen buttons, enabling you to quickly and easily switch between tools without having to plug a keyboard and mouse into your tablet. Since we first looked at it a few months ago it's had a number of improvements; it's now out of beta and available to buy on the Windows Store, and it has a new name: Tablet Pro.

How to Create a Portfolio with Evernote (Education Series) Bio Rob is a teacher at Trillium Charter School in Portland, where he primarily instructs students aged 8-11. He has been working to develop online portfolios with students for the past six years and has taught in private schools, traditional public schools and public charter schools for the past 15 years. I use Evernote, Everywhere: iPhoneiPod TouchiPadMacWindows E-Portfolios: a student’s project warehouse and progress tracker

10 Of The Most Stunning Portfolio Designs Having a great portfolio is the basis of getting attention from the right kinds of customers these days and it doesn’t matter what you are doing, whether you specialise in website design or anything else, you will need a great portfolio. There are a lot of portfolios out there and some of them are shocking. However, here are 10 of the most stunning portfolio designs out there. Enjoy! 1. Vincent Mazza 10 Inspiring WordPress Sites with Innovative Design WordPress has emerged as the bloggers platform of choice if you want to get serious about playing in a digital world. It stands out as the most popular website and blogging “content management system” (sometimes known as a CMS) that has thousands of free plugins that make it quick and easy to update and customize. The flipside But there is a flipside to its growing popularity. As more and more online publishers are adopting WordPress as their key blogging platform, a monotony and over-familiarity has crept in.

Five Ways to Use Online Portfolios in the Classroom Our digital world is transforming the way we learn, and today's teachers are tasked with the challenging job of sifting through the deluge of educational technologies and creating a meaningful learning experience for students. In my 15 years in education, I've seen firsthand how opportunities and a little guidance can positively impact a person's future and change the life path they're following. In fact, as a result of serving on the San Francisco School Board, where I learned about the obstacles to education, I've seen how creating learning opportunities can impact a long-term digital identity. Advertising Portfolio By Ed Mahony of NewsDrillDigital.com Putting together a portfolio (or book) Most people in advertising should have a portfolio. Copywriters and art directors, of course. But account handlers, and, in particular, account planners, should, also, be able to offer up ideas in some sort of portfolio-like format. The portfolio isn’t just about demonstrating artistic-like creativity but, also, about demonstrating an understanding of the brand-positioning approach behind a particular campaign.

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