How to Create a Portfolio and Get Hired : A Guide for Graphic Designers and Illustrators - Paperback
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|About the Author||Fig Taylor is Portfolio Consultant at the Association of Illustrators, London. She graduated from Chelsea School of Art with a degree in graphic design, then ran her own London-based illustration agency. She lectures extensively on professional practice to students throughout the UK.|
|Author 1||Fig Taylor|
|Book Description||This book shows those embarking on an illustration or graphic design career how best to put together an effective, professional portfolio. It discusses what to include and how to organize and display the work, and also advises on presentation techniques and self-promotion. Both print and virtual portfolios are covered.|
|Editorial Review||This is a must read for any student wishing to progress into further or higher education or employment. How to Create a Portfolio shows the many different types of portfolio needed for a broad range of art and design careers. Practical advise is given on how to put together a portfolio both traditional and electronic, this book also provides a great resource list for further research.' David Sims, Senior Graphic Design Lecturer, London College of Communication, The University of the Arts London Review 'I teach a portfolio class, and while I think a portfolio is a very individual thing, this book was refreshingly direct and simple in giving its readers concise advise and visual clues to what is possible and what a portfolio can be. The content is clear and well organized. I would use this book as my primary text in teaching my next portfolio class.' Christine Moog, Parsons School of Design, NY|
|Number of Pages||144|