By Jake Rocheleau

Jake Parker

Working as a creative artist in any field is tough. To succeed it’s imperative that you have a unique voice coupled with a portfolio demonstrating your skills.

These skills could range from websites, print design, icons, mobile apps, vectors, animation… the list is as bottomless as an all-you-can-eat buffet. And much like visiting a buffet, your clients want to work with someone who’s going to deliver above and beyond their expectations.

The best way to prove yourself to a suspecting client is through your portfolio. Back before the Internet was super radical and cool, most portfolios were shown as physical pieces of work.

Nowadays you can show off your work using a great website which can also include some personal information and contact details. Your online portfolio can be seen as an extension of your work that helps sell your talents to prospective buyers.

In this article I cover an assortment of modern trends in creative portfolio website layouts, specifically focussing on graphic designers and web designers. The beauty of an online portfolio is that you get a chance to showcase your creativity and your work, allowing people to view from any device with an Internet connection. But instead of just throwing various platters into your buffet table why not take a more constructive approach?

Read more here:: The Current Portfolio Trends of Creative Designers