Developing a portfolio is one of the best ways to help your career intentions.

The ideas in this section will help students in any specialism think about how to present their ideas, development and outcomes in the best way possible. It covers all aspects of portfolios, from traditional to online.

Presenting Time Based Work in Portfolios

Presenting Time Based Work in Portfolios

Time-based work includes things like movies, installations or performances. These can be really difficult to present in a portfolio, but that should put you off making them. This resource looks at some things you should consider when presenting this kind of work in a portfolio.

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How to Present Portfolios

How to Present Portfolios

Portfolios can often be neglected right up until the last minute. This resource provides some creative ideas and valuable tips to ensuring the most is made of the work students have done on their courses.

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Design Boards for Portfolios

Design Boards for Portfolios

Most art and design students will have an A1 or A2 portfolio which frequently contains a mixture of experimental work and final outcomes presented on design boards. This resource looks at methods for effective presentation of your projects using design boards.

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