Posts Tagged ‘Graphic Design Portfolios’
Graphic Design Portfolios
Many graphic design professionals put so much focus on their portfolios that they run out of time to prepare polished resumes and cover letters. Every detail counts in a portfolio, particularly in such a competitive field, but a great portfolio accompanied by a professional resume and cover letter will make you stand out to potential employers.
Yesterday I was speaking with the parents of a graphic design student, who had one word to say about the design industry: brutal. The couple�s daughter spent years and years perfecting her portfolio for consideration at a prestigious design school. Read the rest of this entry »
Being a web designer, you’ve all probably seen those outstanding portfolios designed by your competitors and always look back at them for inspiration. I’ve got a few that really inspire my work because the designs are modern, popular and have a great user experience. There’s so many amazing portfolios, but I’ve decided to pick out 5 of my favourite ones that I always look up to in no particular order:
A very inspirational portfolio by Ben Sky, a freelance web designer based in Leeds, Yorkshire. He designs websites to a very high Read the rest of this entry »
Best Graphic Design
If the goal of modern design is “to give order to information and form to ideas” then this should be the criteria in determining the best graphic design. But the best order in information and form for ideas is dependent not only on the skills and creativity of the designer but on the profile of the target audience as well. Unfortunately, graphic designers often fail to consider this important factor resulting in a lack of connection between the designer and viewer. Usually this brings about a breakdown in communication, which is supposed to be the very essence of the Read the rest of this entry »
An art portfolio reflects the artist’s vision and represents his or her technical and artistic skills. The artist’s understanding of the technical aspects as well as the business and the seriousness of art are judged through the portfolio. Thus, the portfolio of an artist plays an essential role in deciding the success of the artist and evaluating the business. An impressive art portfolio can ensure the acceptance by renowned art colleges and win scholarships for the artist.
In order to develop an interesting art portfolio, an artist should maintain a diversity of illustrated subjects. The work Read the rest of this entry »