101 The Creative Director Track2013-08-26 14:48:46
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102 Smarter Ways to Get a Website Credit Link2013-08-13 18:48:48
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103 Finding a Graphic Design Job After Graduation2013-08-05 20:32:40
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104 Getting Clients On Board With Your Ideas2013-07-15 07:00:39
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105 DesignCast 40: The Listener Question Rager!2013-07-01 07:00:27
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106 2013 Logo Design Trends2013-06-17 07:00:14
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107 Web Design Trends of 2013 Part 22013-06-03 07:00:10
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108 Web Design Trends of 2013 Part 12013-05-20 14:07:34
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109 Should You Ever Offer Discounts?2013-05-06 18:22:25
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110 Designing Within a Niche2013-04-22 07:00:19
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111 Branding Yourself as a Graphic Designer2013-04-08 19:48:03
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112 The Smart Way to Showcase Your Work (Portfolio Site Pro-Tips Series)2013-03-25 07:00:45
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113 How to Get Amazing Client Testimonials (Portfolio Site Pro-Tips Series)2013-02-25 08:00:59
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114 How to Make Graphic Design Case Studies Work for You (Portfolio Site Pro-Tips Series)2013-02-13 18:02:18
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115 DesignCast 30 : The Dirty Thirty Listener Question Show2013-01-29 03:39:12
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116 Secrets to a Powerful Homepage (Portfolio Site Pro-Tips Series)2013-01-14 18:03:30
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117 Crafting the Perfect “About” Page (Portfolio Site Pro-Tips Series)2012-12-29 23:17:45
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Crafting the Perfect “About” Page (Portfolio Site Pro-Tips Series)

Since a graphic designer’s most valuable showcase of their work is the portfolio website, we thought it would be a great idea to do a series on how you can make the most of yours. In this, the first installment of the series, Wes, Mikelle and writing expert Kristen Fischer talk about what you can do to take your “about” page to the next level, so that your potential clients or employers can see you for the creative genius you really are. We go over what you should definitely include, what you should leave out, how to make your personality jump off the page, and how to entice visitors to take the next step once they have finished reading it. In our listener question segment, we talk about how to best represent yourself on LinkedIn, and we hear from one listener who finds himself in a really, really bad work situation. Please share your “about” page in the comments below. We would love to see what you’ve got! Show Links: Shutterstock.com (use promo code DEEP12 (expires 1/31/2013) Kristen Fischer’s About Page Freelance Radio podcast The post Crafting the Perfect “About” Page (Portfolio Site Pro-Tips Series) appeared first on The Deep End Design. …read more

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120 A Happy Client is a Repeat Client2012-11-12 08:00:20
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