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What Is a Portfolio?1:31 with Devin O'Bryan
We’ll break down the purpose of a portfolio and how you’ll define your audience.
Howdy, I'm Devin, the creative director from bumble dot delivery and
IBM's project white space.
And I'll be guiding you on what it means to build and
maintain a portfolio of your work.
We'll dig into different types of portfolios, while establishing the best
ways for you to show your work, personality, and interests.
After all, you're likely showing off your work for
potential employers, or to develop new relationships in business.
To do all of this, though, we'll need to first define the word portfolio.
We'll define portfolio as a collection of design and
development outputs that showcase the skills and personality of the creator.
It's worth noting that even though the main idea behind creating a portfolio is
relatively simple, the actual practice of putting it together and
maintaining it requires skill and patience.
You'll need to consider a number of factors when building your collection
of work, like the voice of your personal narrative and describing your effort.
What not to include in your portfolio.
And how to navigate showing work co-created alongside others.
We have a fun course ahead of us.
So let's get started.
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