UX Series: Build an Effective Portfolio Premium class
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Choosing the right tool: Part 15:38
Choosing the right tool - Part 25:53
Choosing portfolio pieces: Part 18:01
Choosing portfolio pieces: Part 214:32
UX Portfolio Panel91:04
How to create an instant portfolio2:49
About This Class
Is your online portfolio outdated or, worse yet, something you just 'haven't gotten around to creating'? Whether you're a student looking for a first UX job or a seasoned UX professional, you've probably experienced the struggle of maintaining an engaging and up-to-date online portfolio.
In the class we'll review the tools that can facilitate maintaining an online portfolio, as well as the fine art of choosing and/or creating the deliverables to include.
We'll address some of the key questions around portfolio creation, including:
- Should I design a custom portfolio or use a hosted solution?
- Do I need my employer's or client's permission to share deliverables?
- What if I work on internal apps or under Non-disclosures?
- What if my work is research-oriented?
- What if I'm still in school or just starting out?
To answer these questions, I draw on my own experience, and share the advice of UX managers and professionals. The main goal is to get your hands dirty putting together a portfolio you won't be afraid to share with potential clients or employers.
We will end with posting your portfolio to the project gallery for review.
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I am a UX design consultant who's gone through several versions of my own portfolio and want to share the lessons I've learned.
I am the founder of Red Pill UX, a user experience consultancy providing strategy, research and interaction design in the Boston area. I've worked in a range of industries, including healthcare, education, finance, and software. I received my Master's in Human Factors from Bentley University in 2007, serve as President of UXPA Boston, and am a repeat presenter at local and national conferences.
You can find me all around the web, or follow me on Skillshare to keep updates about future classes.