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Presenting Your Portfolio Online - For User Experience Designers

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Without an organized portfolio, we can not be hired or introduce ourselves to potential customers. …

Without an organized portfolio, we can not be hired or introduce ourselves to potential customers.
But what is the right way to present our portfolio and introduce ourselves?

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  • 1. PRESENTING YOUR PORTFOLIO ONLINE LIOR YAIR | UXHERO.CO.IL
  • 2. 1 Our goals 2 Creating a portfolio 3 Presenting a project 4 Let’s talk about you 5 Platform
  • 3. WHAT ARE YOUR GOALS?
  • 4. 1 GETTING A JOB
  • 5. 2 SELF PROMOTION
  • 6. 3 RESUME
  • 7. 1 You will not get invited to INTERVIEWS without a portfolio. 2 You will not get invited to interviews with the WRONG portfolio. 3 A PDF file or an attached image are NOT the proper way to present your work.
  • 8. DON’T HURT YOURSELF Sending a portfolio of unfinished or poor quality projects will hurt your professional name.
  • 9. YOU ONLY GET ONE BULLET Sometimes life is a ONE SHOT – ONE KILL situation so aim right
  • 10. PRESENT YOUR FINEST WORK IMMEDIATELY No one should search for them.
  • 11. PRESENT ONLY YOUR FINEST WORK.
  • 12. DO NOT SLACK OFF FIX OLD PROJECTS IF YOU WANT TO PRESENT THEM.
  • 13. INTRODUCE YOUR WORK PROCESS AND NOT JUST THE FINAL RESULT.
  • 14. TALK ABOUT YOUR WORK Not all work has to be a dizzying success story but try to talk about projects that solved a problem.
  • 15. Show Wireframes
  • 16. And information architecture
  • 17. REMEMBER: Use as few words as possible: remember that people do not read a lot. Big headlines. Adapt the messages to your audience. Write clearly: what services do you offer. Add reviews of satisfied customers.
  • 18. AVOID SOPHISTICATED NAVIGATION, VISUAL DISTRACTIONS AND UNNECESSARY CLICKS. Keep the interface as clean as possible.
  • 19. CHOOSING WHAT TO PRESENT
  • 20. YOU NEED TO PRESENT A RESPONSIVE PROJECT
  • 21. YOU NEED MOBILE PROJECTS
  • 22. USE THE PROPER MOCKUPS
  • 23. USE A FLAT ARCHITECTURE MODEL FOR YOUR SITE So future customers won’t have to struggle to find your works
  • 24. LETS TALK ABOUT YOU
  • 25. PRESENT YOURSELF Quality image of yourself Background (academic, employment) Your mantra Awards and professional achievements
  • 26. Present a grand opening sentence to clearly convey your message: 'What is your value?
  • 27. CHOOSING A PLATFORM
  • 28. FIRST, YOU NEED TO CHILL You have options (not just WIX). You don't need a programmer. Everything will be fine.
  • 29. WIX
  • 30. Squarespace
  • 31. themeforest
  • 32. themeforest
  • 33. wordpress
  • 34. Hiring a programmer (it’s not that hard)
  • 35. THANK YOU LIOR YAIR | UXHERO.CO.IL