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It’s very true when they say that the work of a graphic designer speaks for itself. But that work cannot reach out to potential clients on its own. A graphic designer, therefore, needs to put together a compelling portfolio that can be shown to clients whenever they like to take a peek into his/ her designs. Remember that a good portfolio is your best marketing tool.

Some key essentials for an effective portfolio include:

 

1. A Catchy Introduction

Introduction

Introduce yourself through a brief introduction first. Tell a little about yourself, the kind of services you offer, and the qualities that make your services stand out from the rest. Some people just include their resumes as an introduction to themselves and their background, but adding an introductory write-up about yourself will be even more effective as it adds a more human touch.

 

2. Display Your Best Designs

Display Your Best Designs

The most obvious things to include in your portfolio are some samples of your work. Make sure you include the best of the best, i.e. designs that not only you personally have felt great about, but designs that have won you an award, for example. Work for renowned clients, such as big companies or famous personalities, can also be included here.

 

3. Contact information

Contact information

Potential clients will want to reach out to you. But if your portfolio doesn’t mention your contact information clearly, you might be losing out on clients. And even a single client lost is an opportunity lost. Don’t forget to include your contact information in a clear, obvious way so that anyone who wants to reach you can do so easily.

 

4. Show your Work Style

Show your Work Style

It’s a good idea to establish some standard processes that you follow for most of your work. This prepares the client for what to expect from you, and also projects a professional image of the designer. Here, expected times of completion, methods for rate negotiations, average charges, etc may be included, as well as any other aspect you wish to include.

 

5. Client testimonials

Client testimonials

Including feedback from people you have worked for serves a great purpose. If you can get a particularly important client, a renowned one if there’s one, to recommend your services, it can go a long way in projecting a positive image of you and your work.

Author Charlie B. Johnson

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