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7 Things to Consider When Building a Portfolio Website

Posted By Webnus on Blogging - When getting new clients and selling your services better, the first thing you must do is create a robust portfolio website. You can’t just go out there with feedback from a third-party platform (like Upwork) or a bunch of offline files to showcase your work and services. That not only looks unprofessional, but it also doesn’t provide clarity on your level of expertise and the number of services you offer. On the flip side, having a portfolio means you will waste less time replying to emails and more time promoting your services.   Things to Consider When Building a Portfolio Website That said, there is a significant degree of competition for nearly all online work, including web design, development, and more. So it would be best if you focus on creating a portfolio website that really stands out.   Design a Compelling Landing Page Creating an eye-catching landing page is one of the best ways to ensure that your site gets tons of hits and that companies and clients actually check out your portfolio. Instead of using a content management system where framework and theme design are pre-defined, you can use a site builder to design your portfolio website. Unlike CMSs, a site builder allows you to completely control your design; you can customize everything from headers to footers with just a few clicks. That is especially useful when you gear your services towards design and focus more on graphics and photography. You don’t have to spend much time on web development or learning to code. Just follow the design principles to build your portfolio with creatively-styled pre-built templates or design everything from scratch.   Create Visually Appealing Brand Aesthetics The next most important thing that freelancers often overlook is visual brand aesthetics. In order for your site to become...

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