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Are you an
artist / creative?Are you a graphic / web designer, photographer, illustrator
or glassmaker, a sculptor, fine artist or a 3d animator etc?
1/ The design industry is difficult to break into, there is loads
of competition, so why not gain the edge with an online portfolio
that the world can explore? Then, while applying for jobs, you
can simply add the URL to your CV or business card so that it is
quick and easy for potential employers to view your work. You’ll
save time and money that would have been spent ie: preparing and
sending discs or photocopying work. And, instead of lugging your
huge portfolio to the interview, you can just supply your web address
(provided they have internet access readily available, that is).
Either way, it shows initiative and professionalism to have your
portfolio in web format as well as print as the internet is the
medium of the future. In addition, promoting your artwork online
allows you to network with other artists / designers and possibly
get the attention of potential clients. Maybe you were already
thinking of obtaining a website but the costs of purchasing domain
names and hosting can be expensive, not to mention hiring a professional web designer. So this could be the ideal solution, a web presence
at an affordable fee which highlights your artistic & technical