It's a tricky question, but you should aim to fill at least 20 pages of a physical folio, and at least 30 examples for an online space.
You need to be able to show a healthy breadth of work together with a range of applications, so even if you select several examples from a single project you should make sure you treat image individually.
There's nothing more important to your career than presenting your best work in an attractive, professional and accessible way.
So for this article we've spoken to leading designers, illustrators and creatives and pulled together a selection of great tips and advice for dusting off a tired design portfolio and making it the very best it can be for that design job that you've discovered on the Creative Bloq jobs board.
Here are our top 10 tips to help keep you and your site safe online.
It may seem obvious, but ensuring you keep all software up to date is vital in keeping your site secure.
You will only be asked to do this once, when you install your product.
If you’re not online at the time of install, you will have 7 days to go online and complete this process.
Some of my projects are still in SSRS 2005 and Power Shell v1.0, so this script works and is tested on this environment only, for now.
I plan to port this to SSRS2008, Power Shell v2.0 when I get the chance.
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You may not think your site has anything worth being hacked for, but websites are compromised all the time.
We've divided the tips into physical and online portfolios - let's start with the physical...