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Portfolio Insanity

Portfolio (in)Sanity: part 3

This is the final entry in Neil Binkley’s Portfolio (in)Sanity blog series. Don’t forget to read previous posts on Updating Your Website and Updating Your Portfolio Sites. Today’s post will cover Updating Social Media and Updating Your Print and iPad…

FoundFolios

Portfolio (in)Sanity – Part 2

Updating your Portfolio Sites Using portfolio sites (some call them sourcebooks) like FoundFolios or Dripbook are a fantastic way to expand your brand, or even to try to find a new client market for your work. Sites like these are…

Lots to do this year!

Portfolio (in)Sanity: part 1

Q: There are so many outlets for sharing your portfolio. You have your main website, possibly a portfolio site, social media and your actual print/tablet portfolio.Should I keep all of the sites cohesive, from using the same images to updating…

Different Situations, Different Ways to Present a Portfolio

Question: How do creatives prefer to view a portfolio? What will be the future trends in showing portfolios? When I was a photo editor, time was sometimes limited, decisions often needed to be made and meetings with photographers were not…

Portfolio image | © Jill Calder

Print or iPad? The portfolio debate continues

Q: I’m setting up meetings, how should I present my book? I struggle with keeping up a printed book so I have an iPad, but I can’t help but feel print is the way to go. If I do print…

The Key to Multiple Illustration Styles on One Website

Question: How do you best show a good variety of work, but still keep your portfolio website focused? As you probably already know, your portfolio website is the single-most important promotional tool you have as an illustrator, because it shows…

Preparing Portfolios: Guidelines and Gut Checks

July 23, 2012 @ 9 a.m. in The Marketing Lab by Michael Thibeault | Art Rep NYC View Comments Question: How many portfolios is too many? How many prints, in how many categories, should be in my portfolio? There are…

The Photographer’s Website: Cutting Edge Ain’t What it Used to Be

April 24, 2012 @ 9:30 a.m. in The Marketing Lab by Heather Elder | Heather Elder Represents View Comments Question: Do clients expect cutting-edge design from your website or are they just interested on the work being displayed? A commercial…

Portfolio Edits: To Mix or Not to Mix

March 29, 2012 @ 1 p.m. in The Marketing Lab by Amanda Sosa Stone | Amanda Sosa Stone View Comments Question: Should work be mixed together in one main portfolio or be broken down into very specific portfolios according to…

photojack’s Marketing Makeover: Can Photographers Trust Designers?

March 5, 2012 @ 2 p.m. in The Marketing Lab by Jack Hollingsworth | Jack Hollingsworth View Comments Learning to trust designers with your marketing promotions, in and out I’m a design snob. I came out of the womb appreciating…