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.
Many trends in general web design can also be applied to single page layouts. But there are some unique features to the lone webpage which can add more flavor into a design. Like most of the web design field, common sense and user experience always trumps inessential creative ideas.
But that doesn’t mean anybody can just understand the best techniques for creating a single page design. In this post I’d like to share a few ideas on how to create usable, tactile portfolios with content featured on a single page. Mobile users are growing rapidly so you have to be thinking about clickable and swipeable interfaces at all times.
Internet entrepreneur’s are born every week as we see more and more websites published online. This is a goldmine of resources and the value we develop on the Internet is practically unmatched in modern technology. Having the ability to share information halfway across the globe is truly a wondrous means of communication.
For this article I want to share just a few basic marketing techniques for online businesses. When launching your own website or startup idea it’s tough to get your name out there. Bringing in some initial traffic is very difficult. But I hope to shed some light on a few methods which are slightly unconventional, but offer strong outreach into untapped markets.