Welcome to week 2 of the Every-Tuesday graphic design portfolio tips + advice series! Last week, we went over how to select the right projects to include in your portfolio based on your personal skillset strengths. This week, we’ll go over proper formatting for your projects, how many projects to include in your portfolio and what order to put them in to leave a memorable impression on an interviewer. These tips will contribute to graphic design portfolio best practices that you’ll be able to apply to your portfolio – no matter how much it changes – over the course of your career.

The Full Time Graphic Design ebook is less than a week away from being available! You’ll want to pick up your free portfolio project checklist to accompany this week’s video here and you’ll automatically be put on a list to be notified when the ebook (packed with tips + advice for getting a full time graphic design job) goes live 🙂

Graphic Design Portfolio Best Practices

The fonts used in this video were Tuesday Script and Eveleth (in the clean thin and clean regular weights).

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  • Super helpful video! THANKS!!

  • I went to the website to download the free checklist and there wasn’t a download available. Can you tell me how to acquire it? I am currently debating on which of your packages to go with. Thanks!

  • Hey Teela, I think all of your videos are all very informative and inspiring! I was just curious if you were thinking ever releasing the portfolio checklist ever again?..I am building my portfolio as I type this but could really benefit from a checklist because I am struggling a bit to know exactly what I need in my portfolio.

      • Thank you! (:


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