How to Build a Graphic Design Portfolio

How to Build a Graphic Design Portfolio

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Learn all my tips and tricks on how to build a graphic design portfolio. Creating a graphic design portfolio doesn’t have to be hard. You don’t need to be a web designer or a photographer, you only need your designs and a few tools in your tool box to use which I will give you. Over the past five years I’ve gone from having a portfolio that was ugly and unprofessional to learning how to make a design portfolio that is awesome and makes my work look much more attractive!

LINKS IN THIS VIDEO!

http://bit.ly/1vfFwQT – GraphicRiver, where you can buy these Photoshop mock up templates

http://bit.ly/16I4Jyb – Divi WordPress Theme by Elegant Themes, where you can create a sexy portfolio right on your own webpage

View my website: http://brightmindmarketing.com

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7 Comments

  • siddhesh gangan Reply

    thank you.. nice

  • someguy Reply

    Helpful stuff! Just curious about the .psd templates: Do the “flat” pages
    that you upload to the various sections automatically render into the page
    curve and perspective as seen in the final product? If so, that must have
    been a headache to create. Thanks–nice video!

  • ThatShitCray Z Reply

    Good advice but it was so hard to watch with all the whistling -.-

  • Vincent J. Newman Reply

    Pixeden have some free mock up templates for PS to!

  • Shivani Agarwal Reply

    Great Video. Short and concise. Very helpful. Thank you so much!

  • Jesus Ayala Reply

    love your video

  • Shivonne Sampson Reply

    This was so helpful! Thank you so much!

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