Graphic Design – Building A Better Portfolio
Tips & Tricks For A Standout Design Portfolio
Note: 4.7/5 (40 notes) 2,897 students
Instructor(s): Julianne DiBlasi
You have only seconds to prove that you are a capable and professional designer to an online audience.
Wouldn’t you want to do everything you can to secure that moment in time so you can line up your next paying gig?
No one wants to look like an amateur, especially in today’s cutthroat competition.
This class will help you:
Save time on your own marketing
Set you apart visually from your competition
Rid your existing material from rookie mistakes that could be keeping you from getting more work
Elevate your portfolio materials to pitch alongside the pros – with confidence!
If you’ve already taken my classes you know I talk fast, give you the TRUTH, and don’t waste your time with ten minutes of “intro” slides about my family, dogs, favorite color, and hard-luck stories. We WORK here, and my own 20+ year graphic design and illustration portfolio speak for itself.
So join me for another smash-and-grab designer productivity and professional growth class full of real-life experience and plenty of downloadable future reference handouts!
About Julianne Black DiBlasi:
B.A. Fine Arts, B.S. Computer Animation, A.A. Multimedia Design. Certified Life Coach, Business Coach, and Time Management Coach. Certified & Registered Mentor with Pinellas County Schools.
The recipient of multiple awards for writing, graphic design, and artwork, her work as an internationally recognized graphic designer, digital illustration fanatic, and digital/print promotion specialist has earned her the opportunity to work with globally recognized brands with worldwide impact.
Clients Include: PLACE DES ARTS: QUEBEC, SEARS, MITSUBISHI, CREAMRIGHT, GALLO WINES, WE OLIVE, LENNOX, FUJITSU, DOMOKLIC, MARINE MAMMAL CARE CENTER OF LOS ANGELES, SHURE, THE CAMPARI GROUP +
Monthly columnist and Purple Dragonfly Book Awards judge for Story Monsters Ink Magazine since 2017, a publication specializing in Children’s Literature.
She’s authored and illustrated over a dozen children’s books, including the Augmented Reality enhanced Sleep Sweet, exhibited at BookExpo 2017 in New York City, New York, and is being used nationwide in children’s hospitals for relaxation and distraction therapy.
Her digital art has been published several years in a row in ComicCon International’s Souvenir Book, Art 278, and multiple travel and trade publications.
Her fine art has been showcased in the Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Stirling Gallery & The Maturango Museum in Ridgecrest CA