On this episode of The Midnight Charette podcast, hosts David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet discuss how to create a design portfolio that will get you interviewed and hired. The two cover everything from the critical points most designers overlook and what employers look for in a portfolio to format, binding, book sizes, graphics, what projects to include and exclude, cover design, layout, ordering work, digital submissions, and more. If you have any questions or advice about portfolios or any other design-related topics, leave a voicemail at The Midnight Charette hotline: 213-222-6950.
This podcast episode is available on The Midnight Charette's website, iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, and all other podcast apps.
(36:58) Creating an “A-Team” of projects: The number of pages and what projects to include (and not include).
(58:21) Text length: The chances of it being read, benefits of long-form writing, and preparing for interviews.
(01:07:37) Designing a layout for the interview: Board layouts, multiple-image and single-image pages.
(01:17:47) Titles and labels: Communicating clearly, academic verbiage, and highlighting unique qualities.
(01:23:44) Work samples and digital portfolios: Emailing work, file sizes, resolution, and sending links.
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