Flaunt: Designing Effective, Compelling and Memorable Portfolios of Creative Work
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0982625316 , 0982625308 | ISBN-13: 9780982625316 , 9780982625309 | 140 pages | PDF | 94,5 MB
Through more than forty case studies, nearly twenty interviews with experienced professionals, and a series of (nonscientific) surveys, Flaunt is a resource for design students as well as young, experienced, freelance, and independent designers. It explains how one can ?nd a way to cohesively, succinctly and creatively showcase their work through an accessible, effective, and creative portfolio. Flaunt showcases a variety of alternatives through a selection of portfolios that represent both the most common approaches as well as some offbeat executions. Hopefully, this book will help ease the anxiety and burden of creating a portfolio—and, perhaps, even help demystify the process of putting it together, along with the expectations of presenting it.
The portfolio case studies feature generous quantities of broad and close-up photographs; deeply detailed breakdowns of the materials, techniques, and resources it took to create them; and interviews with each designer.
Interviewed professionals include Michael Bierut, Carin Goldberg, Stefan Sagmeister, Petrula Vrontikis, Adrian Shaughnessy, and others. They share the most common mistakes people make in their portfolios, and offer their best advice.
Surveys answer common concerns like how many pieces should be included in the portfolio, how should first contact be made with potential interviewers, and how should the work be presented in an interview.
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