DesignM.ag » design http://designm.ag Articles and Resources for Web Designers Mon, 23 Mar 2015 21:01:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.3 How To Design Enticing Registration Pageshttp://designm.ag/design/design-enticing-registration-pages/ http://designm.ag/design/design-enticing-registration-pages/#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 14:58:26 +0000 http://designm.ag/?p=119345

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It's difficult to persuade new visitors to sign up for a website. Most of the time they just found the site and have no idea what it does. With exciting copy and some relatable graphics you can often get people interested. But how do you craft a registration page that attracts visitors and pushes them toward the submit button?

In this post I'd like to examine a number of registration pages which utilize superb methods of interface design. It's possible to create a well-designed website but ignore the facets of great interfaces and user experiences. By focusing on both design and experience you can put together a much more cohesive registration page which naturally draws attention from visitors.


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It’s difficult to persuade new visitors to sign up for a website. Most of the time they just found the site and have no idea what it does. With exciting copy and some relatable graphics you can often get people interested. But how do you craft a registration page that attracts visitors and pushes them toward the submit button?

In this post I’d like to examine a number of registration pages which utilize superb methods of interface design. It’s possible to create a well-designed website but ignore the facets of great interfaces and user experiences. By focusing on both design and experience you can put together a much more cohesive registration page which naturally draws attention from visitors.

Creative Form Inputs

Getting a little rowdy with your design process can be a good thing. You’ll discover ideas that you hate but also stumble onto concepts you love. Most people are familiar with default browser input fields. They’re reliable, tame, expected, and placid. Like your old desk or running sneakers, they work as expected and eventually just blend into normalcy.

I suggest trying to break away from the default browser styles by creating your own input fields. You should obviously still use the HTML tags but modern CSS properties offer web designers a spoonful of expanded creative boundaries. And man, those are tasty!

healthtab clean registration page design

Check out the example on HealthTab which is quite minimal and effective. Each of the form fields have been designed to eloquently match. There are select menus, radio buttons, and a checkbox for terms and conditions. The custom form design style is emulated nicely and offers a sense of uniformity to the page.

oozled website big oversized text layout

Similarly the signup page for Oozled uses large oversized letters and input fields which blend cooperatively. This may be something you like, or something you hate, but it’s difficult to feel ambivalent towards such a dramatic interface. Oozled may be taking a risk but there are plenty of benefits to using large oversized fields – notably the ease of interaction from any device.

Purposefully go out of your way to attempt new ideas. Put down sketches on paper or hit Photoshop to see what you can come up with. You might surprise yourself with a bit of unique ingenuity.

Guiding Tips

For more detailed webpages you might consider offering brief tips during signup. These could be placed in the form of tooltips, floating text, or input labels. The goal is to clarify a specific purpose for each field and get visitors onto a streamlined path towards completion.

mailchimp registration page design signup form

I pretty much love everything they do over at MailChimp. I’m an ardent supporter of the company’s design style and website layout. Their signup page is a great example of how these guiding tips work in action. The email and username fields display short informative tips when selected.

Additionally the password field has a bulleted list of requirements. Passwords can be exceedingly frustrating because users don’t always want to create new a password for every website. If they know the statutes upfront it can help them determine a secure password that fits within the required characters(letters, numbers, symbols, etc).

Quick & Simple UX

When discussing the user experience of signup pages one word comes to mind: simplicity. The end goal should be to finish registration in the simplest manner possible. Avoid extraneous fields that aren’t necessary on signup. Keep a focus on the form itself and write error messages that encourage rather than dissuade.

udemy email simple minimal signup page

Perhaps one of the simplest examples can be found on Udemy. The signup page starts with an e-mail address and once filled out moves on to request a name & password. This feels less intimidating and often works to push users further into the next step. Be careful not to split the signup process into too many stages or it may become frustrating and drive people away.

gumroad homepage modal window signup oauth

To avoid alienation make the whole signup field clear and concise. Succinct, pithy labels & errors are more useful than exhaustive descriptions. Take for example the signup modal window on Gumroad which offers two distinct methods of registration.

A new user might just signup using their e-mail address with a password as you’d expect. But alternatively people with Facebook or Twitter accounts can sign up with OAuth. This process is reliable because it works through HTTPS with existing accounts on trusted 3rd party websites. Connecting through Facebook means a brand new account, sans the login credentials. The process is quick, simple, and majestic compared to filling out numerous input fields.

Dynamic Content

While animated pages are not always going to increase registration numbers, they will often feel more developed than static pages. The effect is more psychological than technical but I find myself impressed with forms that use animations for CSS3 effects or switching between input fields.

lanyard fm signup form contrast large text design

Take for instance the login & signup page for Lanyard. Once it first loads there are two large text links that users can click between. Both login and signup forms are located on the same page and switch between views like an accordion menu.

It feels much more dynamic and responsive to common user interaction. Plus this saves time when people aren’t sure if they’ve already signed up or need to create a new account. Lanyard does a lot of things right on this page: contrast, readability, simplicity, and of course dynamism.

mapbox modal register login animated forms

Another similar example can be found on Mapbox which relies on the modal window approach. After clicking the “sign up” link a modal window appears over the screen with typical input fields. You’ll also notice a small “sign in” link in the bottom-left corner of the modal which animates a swipe event to show the login form. Both forms are displayed in the same manner and easily accessible from the same page.

However not all dynamic effects will prove useful. Avoid animations which are flashy for the sake of being flashy. If you can improve a user experience or draw attention to something on the page then dynamic effects can really add some spice into the design.

Closing

When toying around with new interface ideas keep one eye focused on design and the other eye focused on user experience. Signup forms are meant to bring visitors further into the site through curiosity and congenial design traits. Basic signup forms are more inuring in that they condition users to expect the obvious. If you can design a registration page with familiar behavior plus engrossing aesthetics you’ll be sure to reel in a wide audience.


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Modern Interface Patterns for Mobile Application Designhttp://designm.ag/design/ui-patterns-for-mobile-app-design/ http://designm.ag/design/ui-patterns-for-mobile-app-design/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 03:51:44 +0000 http://designm.ag/?p=119381

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There are now more app developers than we have ever seen in the short history of smartphone devices. Google's newest Android OS coupled with Apple's advancing technology makes for a force to be reckoned with. Although mobile interfaces can borrow traits from the web, they can't be perfectly emulated because mobile apps rely on touch-based interactions.

I want to share a few mobile interface patterns to help designers craft purposeful applications that run smooth and behave as expected. This is no easy task and it requires a lot of practice to figure out the best methods for any individual application. But I suggest looking for these interfaces in other applications to determine how they feel and behave on a typical device.


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There are now more app developers than we have ever seen in the short history of smartphone devices. Google’s newest Android OS coupled with Apple’s advancing technology makes for a force to be reckoned with. Although mobile interfaces can borrow traits from the web, they can’t be perfectly emulated because mobile apps rely on touch-based interactions.

I want to share a few mobile interface patterns to help designers craft purposeful applications that run smooth and behave as expected. This is no easy task and it requires a lot of practice to figure out the best methods for any individual application. But I suggest looking for these interfaces in other applications to determine how they feel and behave on a typical device.

Tabbed Content Areas

Among the many traits of modern app design is a growing need to squeeze content into infinitesimally small locations. Although recent versions of smartphones comes with enlarged screen sizes, the content still fits into a very small area. Include the fact that mobile apps are touch-based and you’ll see why extra screen space is a tremendous benefit.

A common design pattern is to use tabbed content switching between feeds, lists, thumbnail views, and other pertinent information. This trend started with older versions of iOS using the same grouped button concept. However it has since evolved onto Android and is used prominently for interface design.

spring tabbled switch content ios ui

The mobile app Spring features an example on their profile page. This is a slightly customized example where the button group is colored to match the content. Many designers prefer to keep these buttons on related pages that switch between alternative options. User profiles are the most common examples because there’s often a lot of stuff to display.

instagram tabbed icons content switch

Almost everyone knows about Instagram and certainly recognizes the iconic application interface. Their user profiles implement a similar tabbed group of links that switch between display styles for photographs. Viewers can see photos as thumbnails, details, or a couple other alternatives. So it’s important to note that button groups are useful for displaying different content on the same page, but they’re also useful for different styles of the same content too.

Guided Tooltips

To assist new users testing out an interface you might try adding some guided tooltips. These could appear as popup bubbles or as full modal windows on top of a mobile application. Naturally the purpose would be to explain any confusing or complex areas of the interface.

But it’s important to avoid excess mollycoddling. Most applications work the same and if you design a clean interface the buttons and navigation should be intuitive. Using too many of these tooltips can be annoying and degrading to experienced users. But that doesn’t mean they’re completely worthless – just use enough to expand on potentially complicated icons or buttons.

rent the runway ios app ui popup modal

In a simple iOS app Rent the Runway you’ll notice there’s a brief tooltip explaining the interface. For applications which require detailed user interaction there’s good reason for these guided tips. Especially if the application is mobile-only without a companion website. Just be sure to focus on the most important features and only show each tip one time – any more than that is excessive.

facebook guided tooltip ui modal info

Aside from interface-specific tips you can also explain features that relate to gesture. For example one of the Facebook screens uses a guide to explain how to swipe and hide chat conversations. This is not an integral part of the application but it can improve the browsing experience. Gestural tips are especially useful because they can’t always be understood intuitively – sometimes users need to know that swiping across or tapping & holding an item will perform an action.

Customized Navigation

Most UI designers recognize a mobile application when they see one. Kinda hard to miss those three lines so eloquently labeled as “hamburger icons”. While the name might conjure up the image of a 1950s malt shoppe, the user experience is still fantastic and heavily supported.

rdio gradient background hamburger sliding menu

Take for example the sliding menu found in the Rdio app. It uses very clear and distinct colors between the foreground text and background gradient. This forces the menu to stand apart from the main application and still provide an easygoing user experience. To allow greater functionality the menu also includes a search bar and lets the user to swipe down for more links.

gmail sliding hidden drawer navigation menu ios

Looking at a similar interface for Gmail we can see a lot of the same repeated patterns. Contrast between text links, lots of space, plus a small bit of extra information. Some links include badges which showcase the total number of new messages in any given category.

Login & Signup Pages

When someone first opens an application they want it to be a warm and inviting experience. This is especially true of social networks where a user might not have an existing account. This can make the login/signup page a stressful or exciting experience based on how the UI design is handled.

runkeeper ios app login signup design

After the splash screen finishes loading users should be thrust right into the action. A good example is RunKeeper which uses a customized login and registration page design. Users can switch back and forth easily and the fields are big enough to read from a distance. There’s also an option to log in directly using Facebook which has become a popular choice recently.

In this case the best design is the most streamlined design. Put together an organized list of features that must be included for the login/register page. These should be central to the interface without any major distractions. To spruce up the page you could include a logo, background photo, or branded vector art. Just be sure the artwork is secondary complimenting the primary login or registration form.

Closing

Although this is not an exhaustive list I hope these patterns can offer a solid point of reference for mobile designers. Once you begin to recognize common patterns you’ll be able to think critically about how they work. Then you can test out these patterns within your own application design process.


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15 Web Apps That Top Web Designers Are Usinghttp://designm.ag/design/15-web-apps-that-top-web-designers-are-using/ http://designm.ag/design/15-web-apps-that-top-web-designers-are-using/#comments Thu, 04 Sep 2014 14:47:57 +0000 http://designm.ag/?p=118734

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How well does your small web design business or freelance fare? Being part of a fiercely competitive business world poses many challenges, and you need all the help you can get. Hence, you may want to turn your attention to a set of web apps that are engineered to help companies like yours. This is a list of 15 extremely useful apps that vouch to improve your overall project and time management, file sharing, data collection, prototype presentations, and e-mail marketing.

Invoicing and Financial Apps

Nutcache

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How well does your small web design business or freelance fare? Being part of a fiercely competitive business world poses many challenges, and you need all the help you can get. Hence, you may want to turn your attention to a set of web apps that are engineered to help companies like yours. This is a list of 15 extremely useful apps that vouch to improve your overall project and time management, file sharing, data collection, prototype presentations, and e-mail marketing.

Invoicing and Financial Apps

Nutcache

nutcache

Top-ranked companies have one thing in common: they all keep their finances in check. If you’re a minor entrepreneur who just started to freelance, or a small business owner, it’s important to understand that you can’t climb the ladder of success unless you know how to administrate your money. The internet is brimming with solutions that help you control every aspect of your cash flow.

Nutcache champions these services, and it gives you a superbly easy way to track all expenses, bill your clients, and create estimates. And you can accomplish all of the afore-mentioned tasks at no cost whatsoever. Even further, you can add as many clients and team members, and also use Nutcache to track your working time. Finally, I would like to add that this app is updated very often, and can be converted to be used in many languages.

 

Pulse

pulse

Your company’s cash flow is similar to the blood pressure of a human body. You don’t want to risk it. If it’s too high, you may not be able to keep up, and your ‘business body’ will see some regrettable decisions that have a negative impact on your wellbeing. On the other hand, if its values are too low, your business might suffer a complete blackout.

Pulse app helps you keep an upper hand on your cash. It will calculate your company’s real financial possibilities in terms of days, weeks, and months. Therefore, it’s a valuable assistant for making sensible decisions.

 

Apptivo

apptivo

Now that I’ve highlighted the importance of solid cash control and logical decision-making, I would like to introduce you to a multifunctional web app. As many as 130K IT specialists and designers are already using this software, which spread like wildfire in 40 countries.

Apptivo covers the financial aspects of your business, but in reality, it offers a whole lot more. It is designed to be the central deck of all your managerial activities, with a common data model. A total number of 45 apps is at your service. You may add your brand to invoices before sending them to your clients, as well as delve in project management, CRM, and time management.

 

Wireframing and prototyping tools

Proto.io

protoio

Let’s talk about your projects. Websites, web apps, and mobile apps take careful planning and have to be frequently tested during their period of ‘gestation’ in your/your agency’s lab. In addition, the client you’re working for has to see for herself/himself that you’ve been using your time to create a magnificent product. As such, you need to make sure your prototype is free of errors, and that your client gets a good presentation.

Proto.io runs simulations of your prototype, so you can discover any shortcomings and get it ready for presentation. By means of interactive elements like screen transitions and animations, your client can be made to experience a version of the app/site that comes very close to the end result.

 

PowerMockup

powermockup

It’s so frustrating when your co-workers or your clients don’t get the full measure of your project in-the-making. I guess that’s why they say that presentation is everything. However, if you’re reading this article, then it’s safe to state that you’re most likely accustomed to Microsoft PowerPoint. Go ahead and get your point across using a savvy little add-on for PowePoint 2007, 2010, and 2013. PowerMockup gives you access to a library that is packed with wireframe icons and stencils. You won’t find it challenging to single out those you need, then drag and drop them into your presentation. Moreover, you can also create whole new stencils using PowerPoint, and add them to the library for later use.

 

Collaboration and project management tools

Freedcamp

freedcamp

If you’re currently running a graphic/web design agency, then you probably learned the valuable lesson of collaboration. As the saying goes, there is no ‘I’ in ‘TEAM’. And do you know how you keep your team in sync and make sure that everyone is on the same wavelength? You turn your attention to project management cloud software. Freedcamp is the free app that helps you manage projects and keep in touch with any number of other users, and clients – through the Meebo chatbar. You will be able to appoint tasks, send invoices, keep track of time, and share documents from Google Drive. Other applications include CRM, Issue Tracker, Calendar, Password manager, etc.

 

Comindware Project

cominproj

Comindware Project is a great ally for your business. Depending on the size of your company and its requirements, you can choose an appropriate pricing plan. This cloud-based or on-premise app will save you a lot of trouble by taking it upon itself to automate your project planning and optimize your entire team’s workload. After you’ve assigned tasks and set priorities using the intuitive drag-and-drop UI, Comindware Project will take your settings into consideration, and schedule tasks of its own accord. The progress of your project is illustrated with a Gantt-chart, and any delayed task is re-scheduled automatically, so you always get a full view of the real milestones and deadlines.

 

Time Management

Toggl

toggl

When you’re working under the pressure of deadlines, time is of the essence. It would be very interesting to compare the time spent working on different projects, and see how productive you and your team were. Time management web apps like Toogl will help you monitor that aspect of your practice, and it takes 5-10 minutes of your time to use on a daily basis.

 

Timeneye

timeneye

Yet another spectacular tool is Timeneye. Time tracking is a good idea because you can study every team member’s performance in relation with time on various projects, and so come up with new policies that enhance your company’s productivity. Timeneye acknowledges the fact that time tracking solutions ought to be simple and fast, so you can even register entries from Basecamp, and this app will help you generate and export detailed reports.

 

Email Marketing

Mailigen

mailigen

If you want your design services to be in high demand, then you have to take proactive steps to make that happen. Cast the net to catch clients, by sending e-mail newsletters that look tempting. Mailigen will provide you with a wide selection of e-mail templates so just choose one of them and start ‘fishing’. The service then collects and analyzes your data, and gives in-depth reports and statistics that are worth their length in gold.

 

Sendloop

sendloop

You must’ve heard about Sendloop by now. If you haven’t, allow me to rectify that mistake. This is the web app that helps company owners conceive stunning e-mails, which are perfected to look flawless on the display of any mobile device. It takes less than 5 minutes in all, to drag-and-drop various elements and end up with gorgeous e-mails. Apart from helping you construct superlative e-mail marketing campaigns, Sendloop takes charge of tracking e-mail metrics in real time, as well.

 

Form builders

Gravity Forms

gravityforms

In the Information Age, you always need to make sure that you stay in the loop. Collect data from your target audience by creating simple or complex forms. Either way, Gravity Forms is very easy to work with. It’s a contact form plugin for WordPress, complete witha drag and drop interface, advanced notification routing, lead capture, and conditional logic fields. Furthermore, you can also use it to create posts from external forms.

 

Typeform

typeform

Why contend with bland-looking forms, when you can establish a mobile-ready and interactive communicating lane between you and the public you’re targeting? Typeform will help you create beautiful forms and surveys, as well as collect valuable data via contests and landing pages. Should you use this service for free, please be informed that you can send as many typeforms as you wish, and collect an unlimited amount of responses. Yet, the PRO plan also allows you to integrate payment fields, hidden fields, your brand in place of Typeform’s, and automatically respondent notification messages.

 

File sharing

Onehub

onehub

How do you and your employees or business partners share files? I must confess that my favorite web app for this purpose is Onehub. This service is very secure, and puts you in control of how people relate to those files. For instance, you can choose to set permissions such as viewer, downloader, printer, creator, and administrator.

 

SugarSync

sugarsync

SugarSync is another fine tool to share files with. I love the feature that enables you to render a certain folder ‘read-only’, as you may want to share some files to be viewed, but not altered. In all other instances, you can just share a public link, and the receiver of that link can download files and folders without having to sign up, first.

Conclusion

We have come to the end of our extended list of web apps engineered to make small web design businesses and freelance enterprises bloom. It is my sincere hope that your company will benefit from the new things you’ve learned here, and that this newly acquired knowledge helps you take a giant leap forward on the path to success.


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Building your Portfolio: Custom Website or Online Service?http://designm.ag/design/custom-website-or-online-service-portfolio/ http://designm.ag/design/custom-website-or-online-service-portfolio/#comments Mon, 18 Aug 2014 13:09:30 +0000 http://designm.ag/?p=117979

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Deciding when to launch your first portfolio online can be a challenge. It's tough to know exactly when your work quality is good enough to share with others. Plus how should you get it out on the Internet? There are numerous methods and building your own custom website layout isn't always the best choice.

I'd like to share a few ideas for creatives about building your first online portfolio. The process is much simpler than you might think, and the toughest part is making exemplary work to demonstrate your skillset. But how people find your work is also very important. I hope to shed a bit of light on this topic and help designers make the right choice for their online showcase.


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Deciding when to launch your first portfolio online can be a challenge. It’s tough to know exactly when your work quality is good enough to share with others. Plus how should you get it out on the Internet? There are numerous methods and building your own custom website layout isn’t always the best choice.

I’d like to share a few ideas for creatives about building your first online portfolio. The process is much simpler than you might think, and the toughest part is making exemplary work to demonstrate your skillset. But how people find your work is also very important. I hope to shed a bit of light on this topic and help designers make the right choice for their online showcase.

Self-Hosting your Portfolio

Building your own website can be tough if you don’t know a lot about HTML/CSS. Yet this is typically a popular option because it lets you create anything. The layout, the domain name, how the portfolio looks and the written web copy is all up to you. Might seem a bit stressful, huh?

Well it may seem stressful at first, especially if you’re brand new to the industry. I’d suggest looking into how much work is required so you can determine if hand-coding a website something you’d want to learn. Paying a freelance developer to code your website isn’t always worth the money – especially because HTML/CSS is so easy to learn with a bit of practice.

The more difficult part is knowing how to design a great website before coding. Arduous choices include building a helpful navigation, user interface, portfolio gallery, and color scheme(among other topics). You might consider looking into other design portfolios for inspiration just to get some ideas. But copying another design is not the answer. You need to create a design that’s somewhat unique yet true to yourself and your work.

Custom Themes

If you’re a little nervous about designing your own custom layout then why not purchase a premium portfolio theme? You can get them as cheap as $40-$60 from marketplaces like ThemeForest. Each theme comes with many different page layouts and portfolio styles which work nicely for writers, photographers, artists, graphic designers, even musicians or comedians.

The largest benefit of using a custom theme is the simplicity. WordPress is free to install so all you need is a domain name along with some web hosting. Just setup WordPress, install your theme, and customize to your liking. It’s real easy to start uploading your own portfolio pieces into the theme and you probably won’t need to change any HTML or CSS code.

If you are making your very first portfolio but really want to have a unique website(ie. yourname.com) then I would highly recommend starting with a theme. You may only use this for a few months or years before updating to a newer design. But it will show professionalism that you may not be able to replicate on your own. Custom WordPress theming requires not just HTML/CSS knowledge, but also PHP and sometimes JavaScript/jQuery. Theming is a complex task which anybody can learn – but it will take some time, and unfortunately you might not have that time available.

Popular Online Services

Aside from launching your own domain name there are many online portfolio services both free and paid. I’d recommend signing up for a couple of these even if you do have your own website.

Behance

behance network website homepage

Popular networks like Behance can get your name ranking in Google very quickly.

Quick ranking happens because online portfolio services have very good standing with Google’s algorithm. Your new domain name could require weeks or even a month to start ranking in Google. Using both a custom site and online service helps to get your name out there faster – plus you can often link to your personal website from services like Behance so that other users find you online.

When just getting started I would highly recommend Behance. The general service is free but they offer a pro account to build your own personal portfolio on their servers. It’s not totally necessary and the free account is more than enough to get your work out there.

Carbonmade

carbonmade portfolio service homepage design

Another great choice is Carbonmade which has been online for many years. Their free account limits you to adding only 5 projects and 35 images. This could be more than enough for a beginner so it’s never a bad choice. Each portfolio will look like a custom site using a subdomain like travisleekoller.carbonmade.com. Check it out and see what you think.

DeviantART

deviantart social network designers artists

The very popular online art community deviantART has to be one of my favorites. The site is a bit more laid-back yet still serves as a great place to share creative work. DA behaves more like a social network, so artists will post work and other users can leave comments & critiques.

Still a great place to use if you want to share alternative work that you don’t wish to include in your main portfolio. Also deviantART is free forever and there aren’t any upload limitations.

Coroflot

coroflot website portfolio layout design

One other suggestion is Coroflot which combines unique portfolios along with open design jobs. This site behaves like a social network for creative people and companies looking to hire creative people. You can signup for free to get started with lots of great portfolio features.

Coroflot is aimed at those who also want to put themselves out there for hire. The profile page is perfect for potential hirers looking for hirees to fill a role in their studio or company. Many big-time companies use Coroflot for job offerings and although it’s still a competitive industry, signing up for your own portfolio certainly can’t hurt the odds.

Closing

As you might imagine there is no single correct answer when it comes to portfolio design. In fact, many designers will have their own website coupled with online profiles like Behance and Dribbble. Just getting your work online is a big first step. When potential employers or clients search your name it should return quite a few results demonstrating your expertise. But when you’re just getting started pick whatever feels most comfortable and keep pushing yourself! The best creative people know that you’re never done learning – it’s always a growth process.


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