TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Portfolio website homepage formatting.
- Being more intentional about what you are asking visitors to your portfolio website to do (i.e. get in touch to work together, etc).
- Improving your project case studies.
- Adding personality to your portfolio website.
To Think On
- Do you need to have a featured work section slightly above the grid of all of your projects?
- Who do you want to work with and what do you want them to do when they visit your portfolio website?
- Does the current visual presentation of your portfolio website reflect your personality and opinion of design?
- Add more intentional and direct messaging and call-to-actions throughout your portfolio website.
- Consider reorganizing some of your case studies according to the size of the deliverables i.e. branding, website design, printed materials, etc.
- Organize your collection of projects on your homepage according favorite to least favorite. When it was completed isn't as important as the quality of the work.
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