Building one's own portfolio

Nov 11, 2015

Hello everyone, 

I believe a lot of you have already finished a lot of projects for corporates, or schools.  I was wondering that do you put your projects on an online porfolio? If so, how do you do it? without misusing company's internal property or materials. 


Thank you. 



3 Replies
Christy Tucker

Sometimes you can take a small part of a course that doesn't contain proprietary information. If it's fairly generic content (sales, management, Microsoft Office, etc.), you can take the logos and identifying information off a few screens of a course to use as a sample.

You could also rebuild a sample. Sometimes we all have projects where we can't do it the way we really want because of time, budget, or organizational politics. You can redo it the way you wished you could have and use that instead.

You can also rebuild something with new content. I did a project last year that required some more complex variables and animation. It was a cool concept, but I couldn't use the original in my portfolio. I used the same functionality but created my own content.

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