Learn how to build your portfolio fast and easily!
Our new series #ProjectPortfolio is here to help you with building your competencies and careers in IT!
First, we started this program with Project Portfolio: Software Developer. But a portfolio is not only crucial when you’re a programmer. This time we’ll focus on building UX Designer’s portfolio. You’ll also see some vital differences between building a software developer’s and UX designer’s portfolio.
Let’s do it!
Although a case study of your design process is the key element of your portfolio, you can upgrade it by moving your project from wireframes to a real interface.
For this exercise, we can recommend you Adobe XD in its free version. Our hackathon teams tested it when building their prototypes and had a lot of fun!
Now let’s move to the part which should take you the most time. But we promise – it’ll be worth it!
If you want to have a professional portfolio, a UX process case study is a must!
In the article we’ve chosen for you, you’ll learn how to present your process comprehensively:
Ready to learn more?
All’s well if you’re a UX Designer and you’re able to present the result of a project designed on your own in your portfolio, UX Writers and UX Researchers might think. What about those who do equally difficult and important work but which effects on their own might look for some less spectacular (although for those in the know they don’t)? There’s a portfolio type for that, too!
Do you feel stuck or would like to share your knowledge and help others develop their UX projects? Join StackExchange UX Community.
If you’re doing the challenge right now with us – do share it HERE! If you send us your project till the 7th of April 2020 you have a chance to win an IT book and get recognized in our online channels!