Five Tips To Improve Your Logo Design Portfolio

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The best design portfolios can inform viewers of your work,
and spark inspiration in those who are looking for it.
If you didn’t already know, a good portfolio is incredibly important in the wonderful world of design,
because it gives clients a look into your work and can be the key to Hiring you or not.

I don’t advise creating a carbon copy of a design portfolio you like,
but I think looking at a few examples is a good place to start.
Scrolling through other design portfolios can spark inspiration and ideas to help you get started.
Portfolios come in every shape and size, which is what makes them so exciting.
However, sometimes it can be a little challenging to know how to create an effective portfolio,
that that really works and can get you, clients.

And To help you out with this, I have gathered up, 5 effective design portfolios.
And I’ve made sure to include portfolios from several different creatives, like illustrators, studios, and freelance logo designers.
Each excels in different elements, and during the video, We will Extract 5 essential tips that made those portfolios work.

1. Keep it simple and scannable.
For a more enjoyable experience, keep the content in your portfolio easily accessible and scannable to viewers.
The last thing you want is a portfolio that’s hard to navigate or filled with unnecessary content,
that drowns out the real purpose of your page—showcasing your work!
Use clean and simple layouts to let your work speak for itself, and prioritize the information you want folks to see.
Most importantly, make your contact info and other online presence easy to find.

2. Craft a narrative around your work
As a designer, your communication skills are just as paramount as the visuals you create.
Humans are wired to connect with stories, which is why it is recommended to craft a narrative around your work.
Don’t just show off the finished product! Remember to explain the why behind your design decisions when showcasing projects
and what led you there. Aim to craft a story around each project to draw your visitors in.
Not only will this demonstrate your problem-solving abilities as a designer, but it also gives potential clients,
a better sense of how you work and what that process looks like.

3. Curate what you share.
This is specifically for graphic designers looking for new work opportunities.
Before you go uploading every single design project you’ve ever worked on,
hit the breaks, and take a moment to critically think about the kind of work you ideally want to get hired for.
What design projects were you most passionate about working on? What types of brands or industries do you enjoy working with most?
Thoughtfully select which projects align with the kind of work you want to do,
and strategically display these in your portfolio. This is critical for attracting the client work you want.

4. Incorporate your personal branding.
Standing out in a sea of design talent can be tough. One sure way to make your portfolio memorable
is to incorporate your visual branding throughout. This extends beyond your personal logo.
keep colours, typography, and visuals consistent, and on-brand throughout your site.
As a graphic designer looking for work, this will also go a long way in building credibility with clients,
because you clearly know what you’re doing!

5. Use attention-grabbing imagery
When showcasing projects in your portfolio, it is recommended to display images of your graphic design work,
being put to use in the real world—think product packaging, logos on a storefront, etc.
Nothing looks more impressive than a design that transcends the digital screen. If this option isn’t available to you,
mockups are a great alternative for showcasing how your designs would be applied in the physical world.
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