By: Curtis Robinson, BArch Candidate
It's that time of year again, the semester is over, and fun can begin again - at least for about a week or so. After that week, it's right back to working on reworking that project, or more realistically, skipping the re-working part and just starting to work on putting it in a portfolio. The website, Portfolio Design, is a great site that gives instructions on how to create a clear and good looking portfolio.
Portfolio Design exists to help you translate your process, and how to work with title pages, problem statements, contents page, type styles, text blocks, spread design, and all the other hair pulling thoughts that go with designing your portfolio. As the site says, today, portfolios are created in multiple formats from print to interactive digital designs, and that's where this site comes in to help.
|Student Raymond Bourraine work portfolio example listed on the site|
|Process page of Adrian Heid from the Problems and Solutions page on the site|
Whether you are working on your portfolio for school, or an interview portfolio, or a website to show off your hard work and dedication, you should totally check out this site. It's a good inspiration starter, and a reminder that you deserve to show off your work in a clear and (let's just say it) pretty way.