a substash by Trent Morgan. Created on Mar 12, 2018.
Ideas for portfolio / CV
added by Trent Morgan on Sep 02, 2018
Personal branding is vital in today’s competitive economy. And branding yourself gives you leverage when it comes time to negotiate.
added by Trent Morgan on Jul 16, 2018
Knowing your audience and designing for them plays a key role. Treat your portfolio just like you would any other projects of yours. So here we collected 10 do’s and don’t’s to get the most out of your UX design portfolio. Stand out from the crowd and impress your future employer to greenlight your dream job.
added by Trent Morgan on Jun 11, 2018
When it comes time to design or redesign your portfolio site, use these tips and examples to help your design stand out. Thanks to Hebah for allowing me to p...
added by Trent Morgan on Jun 01, 2018
Your portfolio is often a company or client's first impression of you. Yet while we would dress up and prepare our talking points for an interview, we tend to neglect our portfolio or follow design trends that don't represent us well. In my work with Semplice, a portfolio system for designers, I've seen hundreds of design portfolios over the years. And I continue to see common trends that could be holding designers back from their dream jobs. Below are five simple portfolio mistakes that can easily be fixed and make big difference in the work you do in the future. 1. All Photos, No Case Studies As designers, we naturally focus on the visual aspect of our portfolios. After all, the point of our portfolio is to showcase our designs. But in most cases (with the possible exception of things like playgrounds or mood boards), your readers need, and want context for your work. Don't just dump a bunch of photos on the page and leave it up to us to decipher what they mean. Write case studies
added by Trent Morgan on Mar 12, 2018
This guide will show you how to use Github Pages to create a static website - Free templates included!