One step closer to getting hired as a UX/UI designer
I teach UX/UI design and get talented students, many of whom become dedicated and capable designers. But for the job market, many stay invisible for a while. Eventually, they get placed but if it takes longer it can create unrest, doubts in their competences - which can lead to the questioning of their career path and even desperation.
Putting the 'e' in portfolio design: an intervention research project investigating how design students and faculty might jointly reimagine the design portfolio activity
The use of portfolios is deeply embedded in practice within Design education. However, as trends change and technology improves, tensions often arise in the interpretation and presentation of the portfolio activity.
Tips for crafting your portfolio
A portfolio is designed to showcase a UX designer's work. It typically contains detailed case studies of UX design projects, demonstrating skill and approach and their learnings, method of approach and works. We can see how to fine craft your portfolio by following the tips given below.
Bestfolios - UI/UX Portfolios, Resumes, Case Studies and Design Resources
Inspire your design career. Bestfolios is a gallery featuring 1037 portfolios, 198 resumes and many more design inspirations. 8 Essential Books on Data Visualization For Designers 8 Essential Books on UX Research 5 Great Books On Apple's Product Design Principles
I reviewed 2k+ Design portfolios last year. Here are things Design Recruiters are looking for.
1. Think about us as users of the portfolio Too often, esigners don't think about their portfolio as the solution to a design problem. Is it user-friendly and easy to use? Have you thought about the target users - recruiters and the design teams doing the hiring?