Portfolio Critique Thread

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  • #168719

    Thomas J. Johnson
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    Congrats!

    #168718

    David Farber
    Participant

    there we go, now things seem brighter dont they?

    #168717

    William Sinclair
    Participant

    Great stuff, Nick.

    My humbly-offered two cents:

    1) Photos of installed work (if available)
    2) Challenge: distill sheet descriptions to 3 short bullets (and I think 12 pt minimum)
    3) No pixelated imagery
    4) Any construction document examples?

    * Love the process work
    * Great ideas on display
    * Talent and heart

    #168716

    nca
    Participant

    Great feedback William.

    I appreciate the format and delivery too. Effective criticism is a skill.

    I have LOTS of other work and I’ll be making the changes you mention.

    Thanks.

    #168715

    Tim Zhang
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    the collaborative west, a firm in san clemente

    #168714

    Cliff See
    Participant

    hi, do you find http://www.issuu.com a good place to feature your portfolio? i have been using wordpress blog pages, but issuu looks like a good choice, does anyone know of other web space for portfolios?? -cliff

    #168713

    John.Dallinga
    Participant

    Congratulations and best of luck!

    #168712

    Cliff See
    Participant

    congratulations sir! you are an inspiration to the rest of us :))

    #168711

    Tim Zhang
    Participant

    http://www.scribd.com/

    http://carbonmade.com/

    I like issuu the best because it’s in booklet format so you can have a feel of your portfolio before you print it out. It’s easy to use too, just upload a pdf and ur done.

    #168710

    Lucy Wang
    Participant

    http://www.studiomezz.com/10-inspirational-resources-for-print-digital-portfolios

    ^Link lists a few including issuu. I’ve read really good things about Lulu but I’m partial to issuu as well.

    #168709

    Cliff See
    Participant

    oh.. thank you

    #168708

    Noah Mabry
    Participant

    I printed my original portfolio through Lulu. I was very happy with the results and pricing. As I am finishing up my second version I am looking into other options.

    #168707

    Tim Zhang
    Participant

    You can also try Blurb

    #168706

    Sarika Singha
    Participant

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    #168705

    John.Dallinga
    Participant

    A general question:

    I’ve seen it said on a number of threads that a digital portfolio would ideally be e-mail attachable (5 MB or less). What method have you found to be the best for keeping the resolution of images crisp while keeping ultimate PDF sizes low. Is it easier to do so by creating the whole package in InDesign as opposed to combining individually produced pages in Illustrator?

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