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28 Aug 2020
20 Outstanding Design Portfolios to Take Inspiration From
As the corporate world embraced digital business methods in the last decade, the demand for professional graphic designers has scaled substantially. A career in graphic design is one of the most lucrative ones to make; currently.
However, it’s not all that simple to be a successful graphic designer and bag projects as a freelancer or get hired by big brands.
One needs to establish themself as a professional graphic designer (on the online platform, of course) in order to get noticed for their design work. And the one thing which helps immensely in getting that attention is a professionally designed portfolio.
Yes! Every professional graphic designer needs to have an outstanding design portfolio in order for their potential clients or recruiters to take note of them.
So, if you are a budding graphic designer who’s struggling to get new design projects as a freelancer or finding a relevant job opportunity with a known brand, you need to start building your own graphic design portfolio.
And, if you are not sure how to go about creating a successful design portfolio, then check out these 20 portfolios of some of the most influential and experienced graphic designers and take some inspiration to create your own.
1. Pawel Nolbert
2. Kuon Yagi
3. Active Theory
4. Velvet Spectrum
6. Wim Delvoye
7. Paula Rusu
8. Xavier Cusso
9. Made Thought
10. Stefano Colferai
11. Marleigh Culver
12. Amber Xu
14. Steven Bonner
16. Taylor Franklin
17. Tim Lahan
19. Merijn Hoss
20. Tim Smith
So, there you have it.
These were some of the most inspiring graphic design portfolios that you can refer to and start creating your own. Making a career in graphic design is all about reflecting your creative side without holding back anything. So go ahead and paint your personality to get the audience attraction you’ve always wanted.
31 Jul 2020
50 Hardcore Graphic Design Terms For Non-Designers To Know