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How to create a UX portfolio and get Noticed

Jasmine Jones, UX Designer

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7 Videos (28m)
    • Intro

      1:12
    • Personal Introduction

      3:16
    • Project Introduction

      1:31
    • Case Study

      8:09
    • Design and Publish with Squarespace

      6:13
    • Design and publish with Webflow

      7:08
    • Conclusion

      0:20

About This Class

In this class, you’ll learn what it takes to make a successful UX portfolio. An excellent portfolio is by far one of the most important aspects of getting hired in UX/UI design. All too often people are overlooked because their portfolio poorly represents their work and personality. Let your work shine by showing your best work in the best way possible. Here you’ll learn the anatomy of a UX/UI portfolio that gets you hired. We’ll examine the key components that companies look for and how to bring those to life with layout and design.

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Jasmine Jones

UX Designer

Hey there, I'm a Jasmine. I design software and applications. I'm currently working at Starbucks helping connect people with their much needed morning coffee. Originally from southern United States, I moved to the west coast to work on cool projects at awesome places. On my journey, I've learned a lot about entering the UX design field. There's so much I wish I would have known, now I hope to share all I've learned. 

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