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How should a graphic designer present his/her portfolio?
What should I include? Should I present it on paper? should I present it in a CD? What are creative ways for Designers to present a portfolio?
I have 61 hubs and more than half of my portfolio is on them in one form or another. I have a website specifically for my portfolio that I can direct people to but for the most part I have put most of my work in files that can easily be sent via email. Of course I have a hard copy portfolio but most clients I deal with is through email.
I have a job as a graphic artist, so I do that 8 hours a day and write hubs for fun and add graphics and make illustrations for my Hubs. For example subheads can be loaded as photos and spice up your hubs.
It depends on the client. Mine thus far have been pretty laid back and I give them a link to my Behance portfolio. Referring them to a website is also easy, as long as it's professional and up to date. If you're going in for an interview, a nice, small portfolio can say a lot, or a slideshow on your laptop. Make sure the order in which you present things offers advantages to each individual piece/project.
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