A Student’s Guide to Web Design Portfolios Giveaway – Winners Announced

Last weeks ‘A Student’s Guide to Web Design Portfolios’ Giveaway ended last Friday and it is now time to announce the winners. Here they are:

Congratulations to our winners. By now you should have received your winner confirmation email. If not, please get in touch with us here.

Name: Malik Dixon
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Name: Mich
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Name: Rami Marcus
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Name: Beatriz Avila
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Name: Scott Soeder
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About the Book: A Student’s Guide to Web Design Portfolios

As a beginner or a student designer, it can be hard to build a portfolio when you don’t have much experience. In A Student’s Guide to Web Design Portfolios, learn step-by-step, the process to producing a top-notch design portfolio.

From the author, Janna Hagan:

“As a designer, I’ve definitely made mistakes with my portfolio when I was just starting out. I was undercharging and undervaluing my services because I felt like I didn’t have enough experience, which showed through on my portfolio. Once I started developing my portfolio properly and marketing myself better, I found that I was starting to get more work requests. As I continually worked at improving my design portfolio, I found that I was turning down projects because I didn’t have time! Now, on average, I get about 2 work requests per day and I’m not even out of school yet.”

“I’m hoping that my insight in this eBook can help you position yourself in the same situation I found myself in. If you create an effective portfolio, clients will start coming to you, rather than the other way around. I take you step-by-step through what you need to include on each page of your portfolio, so there is no confusion. Turning your portfolio into a hard-working, lead generation tool while you’re still starting out will help you become successful later on in your professional career.”

What’s included in the ebook:

  • The Book – Complete PDF & ePub versions.
  • Exclusive Interviews – Seasoned designers provide their insight on common mistakes they see on portfolios and how to make yourself stand out from others.
  • Detailed Worksheets – These worksheets will help you plan and think through each page of your portfolio – almost like a checklist.

Just in case you can’t wait until the end of this competition, you can grab your copy here: A Student’s Guide to Web Design Portfolios (Only $10 for the PDF version and $15 for the PDF & ePub versions.

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