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Portfolio sites are primarily intended to showcase the work of the designer, but they also provide an opportunity for potential clients to get to know more about the designer and to feel a personal connection. Clients generally prefer to work with someone that they like personally, not just someone who has the technical skills to get the job done. Having an About Page that does an effective job of connecting with potential clients can go a long way towards having a steady flow of new work. In this post we'll take a look at 10 examples of About Pages from designer portfolio sites. Mr. Joe Payton Joe Payton's About Page includes illustrations to go along with the different stages of his bio.
Last month we published a post that showcased 35 free vector packs. If you're in need of quality vectors but those particular packs are not what you're looking for, we thought it would be helpful to point out some of the best places to find vectors. This post includes 16 of the best sources of free vectors and 17 sources of high-quality, premium vectors.
Best Sources of Free Vectors:Vecteezy
If you're a web designer, chances are you are familiar with ThemeForest. For those who have not visited ThemeForest before, it is a theme and template marketplace owned by Envato that allows designers to sell their work to a very large audience of potential buyers. Designers can submit their themes and templates to be approved into the marketplace, and once approved the designer will earn between 40% - 70% of sales if the items are available exclusively at ThemeForest. The designers then do not have to deal with transactions, and any additional marketing is optional.