For creatives, there's nothing more important than your portfolio. A good portfolio can help you snag the clients you are after and attract the attention of professionals that can advance your career. It's a constant that needs care throughout the duration of your career, and should be something you spend a good amount of time crafting.
Please fill out all the details as full as possible. The more details and projects you share the more interest your portfolio will get.
I’ve never seen anything like this via #nocode. I can see this unique tool become a standard for the workforce. It’s cleaner and less complex than @LinkedIn and straight to the point for recruiting & hiring to make fast decisions for candidates. To you Sir, I applaud you!
Please let us know what type of business describes you. The more detail you share, the more followers and likes you will get.
Portfolio tips:ONLY INCLUDE YOUR BEST WORK - Use a critical eye when deciding what to include in your portfolio. Here, quality over quantity is key, so stray away from feeling like you need to include everything you’ve ever created.
Please let us know what tools your amazing at.
Portfolio tips:Relevant skillsThe keyword is relevant. The more skills you have, usually the better—but only if you’ll actually use them in the kind of work you want. (Hot tip: do not overload your portfolio with irrelevant skills!)These skills could have been picked up in online courses or from previous positions. Even things you learned while volunteering or in school. There’s no wrong way to gain a skill
What code are you confident with using?
Portfolio tips:SHOW YOUR VERSATILITY - Make sure you mix up your presentation so the full range of your capabilities is on display. This may include using personal projects or experimental work that can help you net the type of client you’ve always dreamed of.
Please let us know your level of experience with nocode and your availability.
Portfolio tips:LOOK AT THE BIG PICTURE -Make sure you mix up your work and to think about the flow of the portfolio and how the ordering of your work looks to potential viewers, as well as whether or not the projects are clear on their own or could be improved by adding short text explanations.
Please let us know your social links and any portfolio you have so we can share them and get you noticed by the people that count. Adding at least one of these will help people contact you about your portfolio.
Portfolio tips:USE HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGES -There’s nothing worse than seeing low-resolution, poorly lit photos in a portfolio. All the hard work you put into your creations goes by the wayside if they are not presented properly.
If a picture says a thousands words, then make sure they are a good ones so if your picture is unclear or is unprofessional then the picture maybe rejected by our admin. If this is the case you will be notified but don't worry we don't expect professional head shots just a clear headshot will do.
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We do aim that all our jobs are completely remote but some do come through that are remote but are country specific
Portfolio tips:SOLICIT OPINIONS -There’s nothing worse than seeing low-Creative work can be highly personal, and it’s often difficult to separate oneself and be objective. That’s why you should solicit opinions, and not just from friends and family who may not tell you the honest truth. Mentors, former colleagues, and trusted clients can all give great insight into how your portfolio works for them
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