With the Spring interviewing season upon us, I suggest you read Jon Jones’ article Your Portfolio Repels Jobs.
This is incredibly helpful Brenda, thanks.
I agree with JCaskey, and will second that bookmark.
Thanks for the link.
Holy crap, it makes total sense! Thanks for the link, Brenda
Now I need to redesign my web-site. At least I got some good looking Illustrator buttons out of the process :/
Most of these points are still useful, and some even more useful (like good usability) if you’re building a design portfolio. However, as you’ve already covered here before design portfolios in the sense of what one should have in one, perhaps you might want to present your thoughts on how to construct a site or whatever to best advertise one’s game design portfolio?
A sort of “Design Portfolios, part II, for the web”…
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