WHEN LOOKING AT A PORTFOLIO, THE REVIEWER WILL NOT ONLY BE LOOKING AT THE QUALITY OF THE ART, BUT DOES IT COMMUNICATE A PROCESS? IS THERE EVIDENCE OF COLLABORATION?
When I started to collect materials for this book, I wanted to be able to offer different options to readers who are planning to develop and maintain their portfolio. We can establish goals and review our objectives, but we still have to choose the work that best represents us and update our portfolio often. Since rules aren’t set in stone, I wanted to suggest some common guidelines or points that design-tech professionals need to think about.
In this chapter I use ...
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