Welcome to the 3rd and final part of the Every-Tuesday Tips + Advice Portfolio Series! Over the last couple of weeks, we went over choosing the right work for your portfolio, what to include for each project and how to order all of your projects together. Now that you have a solid body of work to show, it can be overwhelming figuring out how to get it all noticed.

In this week’s video, I take you through a few easy steps to get you on your way, as well as sharing how I got my own work noticed when I was just starting out. For a more in depth look and actionable step-by-steps, check out Full Time Graphic Design where my ebook on getting a job just launched! Part 3 video below!

Getting Noticed as a Graphic Designer

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  • Hi Teela,
    I’ve really enjoyed this series. I was wondering if you have any tips for people who hope to FREELANCE? I have a full-time job that I don’t want to necessarily leave. I’m hoping to one day promote into their PR department to do design or web work, but in the meantime, I would really love to work Freelance from home. Since I am in the habit of doing projects for classes, I know I have the discipline to do this.

    That said, I have NO idea where to look for freelance jobs. Suggestions??

    Thanks in advance.

  • Hi, Teela!

    Just wanted to say THANK YOU for this series! This comes right on time as I have been conflicted with how to best present my design work to potential employers. Had I not signed up for your newsletter a while back, I would not have known about your videos and new E-Book. Definitely looking forward to purchasing. You’re a great example of how your personality, generosity, and easy teaching style goes a long way to selling yourself online. Continued success to you!

    Denise

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