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  1. Scott Tousley Replied

    These are awesome!!

    As a recent college graduate, I actually used a portfolio to get a job (I personally used http://portfolium.com).

    Showing college projects in my interview impressed my interviewers (to say the least) and they offered me a job on the spot. I can’t suggest it enough.

  2. Thanks for including me! Great company to be in – I now have you to thank for multiple additional browser tabs full of portfolios to look through (a wonderful problem to have).

  3. ChibiRobo Replied

    I would love to see some good examples of UX/content strategy portfolios. Unfortunately, we often don’t have pretty pictures to show, just lots of process documents. It’s also hard to find things we are allowed to share, since none of it ever gets released to the public. Any thoughts?

    • Adda Replied

      This is SUCH a good question! I haven’t seen anything and you are absolutely right that its hard. I would imagine that the best way to handle is to show the wireframes & also the final design, so people can enjoy the beauty of the final design, but also see all the excellent UX thinking that went into it.

      Will have to dig up some examples!

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