How to Develop a Sound Product Design Portfolio | Tanaya Joshi | Skillshare

How to Develop a Sound Product Design Portfolio

Tanaya Joshi, Product Designer based out of SF

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12 Lessons (24m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:32
    • 2. Building an About Me Section

      2:29
    • 3. Showcasing Your Passion

      1:38
    • 4. Highlighting Your Best Work

      1:20
    • 5. The Essentials: Team Composition

      2:08
    • 6. The Essentials: Problem Statements and Goals

      1:35
    • 7. The Essentials: Talking About End Users

      2:01
    • 8. The Essentials: Describing Your Process

      2:34
    • 9. The Essentials: Final Wires

      1:27
    • 10. The Essentials: Identifying Outcomes and Opportunities

      1:37
    • 11. How to Continuously Improve

      2:08
    • 12. Final Thoughts

      3:15

About This Class

This class is a primer in putting together a Product Design portfolio  I’ll will cover different components that are commonly seen in portfolio and then cover the most important piece - how to succinctly tell the story of your project.

You will learn how to showcase your projects, create an “about me” section, provide appropriate collaterals, all while bringing out your full self in your website!

My goal for you is to walk away with an understanding of how to lay down a portfolio and put together one strong project.

This class is meant for Product or UI/UX Designers, though UX and visual designers can also benefit from it.

All you need is a project ready to put in your portfolio! It will help to do some research beforehand and look into websites to host your portfolio. Some examples are: Squarespace, Wordpress, Adobe Muse, Wix, Semplice, Cargo Collective, or if you’re a pro, code it yourself!