My husband is my personal tech consultant and frugal. And me? Well, let’s just say I have expensive taste. We both have to find a happy medium, especially when I’d need to execute to the best of my ability for others. My tools must be industry standard, including hair ties keeping long hair at bay (which tends to get in my way often).
With so many ways to display creative work these days, you’d think I’d have an online portfolio beforehand. There are places that make it easy for you (e.g. Behance, Dribble) so you don’t have to think about the structure so much. I thought about it, and it all depends on what your goals are. I’ve put off an online portfolio for several reasons. There wasn’t enough variety. Or, “If it’s not perfect, then it’s not worth it.” Or, “I’ve been busy working on client work.” Sooo, I finally forced myself to get one up, no matter what, beginning this year, 2014.
Last year was quite a ride, servicing all kinds of clients. Now, I can finally feature some of that work online other than my LinkedIn profile. This year is already jam packed with some exciting projects, as well as some personal passion projects starting to take-off. It is here where I’ll gladly share about that experience. Thanks for stopping by and hope you come back again soon.