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8 Places to Showcase Portfolio For Designers

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The one thing that speaks for a designer or artist’s talents is their work. And the best way to feature your work is through a portfolio. A well-built portfolio site gives global exposure to your work and makes it easy for potential clients to reach out to you. Creating a portfolio site shouldn’t be a problem as there are so many platforms available through which anyone can create a portfolio site. Below is a list of some of the best platforms to create your portfolio site in no time. Here are eight such online platforms you can use to build your own portfolios. 1. Wix Wix is a free website builder that’s worth a try for designers who are clueless about Web development and any sort of coding involved in building a website. It features the essential tools you need in order to build a strong online presence. It’s also easy to use: the drag-and-drop website editor makes it easy to create an amazing portfolio, the sharing tools that get you connected with prospects in social media networks to make it easy to spread the word, and the hundreds of website templates that are customizable to meet your designing needs are great for foundation work. 2. Carbonmade Carbonmade is one of the best portfolio sites available online. It allows you to show off the masterpiece of your work in a user-friendly and flexible interface. Carbonmade provides the user with two options: Free and paid. The free option is limited to a registered account offering only five projects and 35 images to be uploaded. The paid package offers a bunch of exciting services starting from domain binding, video & flash projects, and technical support for $12 per month. For designers who have no HTML skills, Carbonmade just made it easy. 3. Dribbble Dribbble is a networking community for designers, illustrators and web developers to share screenshots of projects that they are working on. It allows the users to give opinions about the work of other designers before going public. Their interface is visually appealing and simple. It integrates a modern layout that enhances engagement and sharing between users and increases the odds of getting hired by clients. On Dribbble, you can sign up as a prospect, enabling you to share your work, or you can either register an account to scout for designers to hire. 4. Behance Behance is an online platform to showcase creative work, making it easily accessible for designers to explore it. Behance attracts millions of visitors per month who are interested in hiring talented and creative freelancers. Its synchronization with Prosite, a free website builder, allows you to build your online portfolio in a hassle-free and fast way. It integrates essential tools, such as, a drag-and-drop editor, font customizer (TypeKit), Google Analytics, and social media sharing, for you to build and manage your website with no coding required. 5. DeviantArt DeviantArt is a wonderful networking and art community that gets millions of page views per month. To no surprise, it is considered to be one of the most popular online communities for creative professionals who devote their time to arts and designs. Building a portfolio on DeviantArt is quick and easy and doesn’t require any HTML coding skills to get it ready. It offers two packages;  » Read More

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