As a designer, your portfolio symbolises what you stand for and acts as a window into your creative mind. It is also your passport and calling card, able to take you to amazing destinations. But in order to do all that, your portfolio must first capture the interest of potential clients and employers. Does it?
The elements of an attention-grabbing portfolio are far from obvious. Think of it this way - your portfolio is a sales pitch. What you are doing, is selling your creative services; what you have to offer, to prospective clients and employers. If you were the client, would you buy you? If your answer is not a resounding yes, read on.
This 8 weeks class is designed to take your portfolio to the next level. Crafted and curated by Kenji Choo, he will take you through every step necessary to create a design portfolio that not only stands out, but knocks others out. Under his mentorship, Kenji’s former students have won more than 80 local and international awards from Singapore, Germany, Canada, United Kingdoms and America.
• What makes a good portfolio?
• Qualities interviewer looks for in an applicant
• SWOT Analysis to identify personal strength
• Demonstrate your creative skills and abilities
• Represent your ability to communicate design concepts and ideas
• Tailor the portfolio to your area of specialization
AWARDS WON BY OUR
Kenji holds a distinction in Master of Design & received professional design training in Japan in the early nineties.
With more than 20 years as a creative practitioner, Kenji has been in various position, from graphic designer to senior art director, executing creative campaigns for numerous SMEs & MNCs alike.
For the past 10 years, he has been passionately teaching as a design educator so as to share his vast knowledge accumulated over the years in the creative industry.
During his years of sharing his experience with his students through teaching, he has also helped countless students win more than 50 design awards, both locally & internationally.