7 Elements of an Effective Portfolio Website
Thomas James | Escape from Illustration Island
Over the span of 7 days, I recently explored the most important elements that make up a successful online portfolio website, and how to use them to the best effect starting with a post about your site design. To read all the parts of the series, simply click on the links in the list below to direct you to the corresponding topics.
What does it mean to have a successful portfolio website?
This means that when an Art Director or other type of potential client visits your site, they get a clear sense of who you are, what you do, and why you are the right person for their project. Ideally, a winning portfolio will lead to more contracts, more referrals, and more work doing the types of projects you really want to do.
Follow the steps in this series, and apply these ideas to your own online portfolio, which will maximize the potential effectiveness of your promotional efforts in a growing sea of Illustrators.
|1. Site Design||5. The Blog|
|2. Image Gallery||6. The Process Page|
|3. About Page||8. The Call to Action|
|4. The Testimonial|
Get Started: 1. Site Design →