The Portfolio Center provides 1:1 production assistance that range from business card design; logo or branding, print book and or cd/dvd cover to type treatment in addition to editing your reel.
- In addition to a portfolio, creative professionals use a fistful of materials to support their efforts for getting work. Learn the ins and outs of making these materials cohesive and eye-catching.
- Social media must be part of the portfolio conversation. Learn how to use social media to your professional advantage.
- A business card can be a simple but professional looking card that offers your name and contact information to anyone interested. Or, it can be a designed piece that suggests a bit about who you are as a creative worker in addition to your name and contact info. This guide breaks down the standards and the options.
- If you have a limited definition of Networking and won’t go near it, use this guide to expand your view and, as a result, your resume.
- If the terms vector, layer and composite are foreign to you, you're not a graphic designer. Still, graphic design is essential in the packaging and branding of your work. Seek out the assistance of a graphic designer to make your portfolio more robust.To truly reap the benefits, you need to communicate what you want to your graphic designer.
- Best practices in content, layout and design when assembling a film press kit.
- A list of vendors commonly used for portfolio related supplies and services.
- The Portfolio Lab is a free service provided by the Portfolio Center to help Columbia College students create a final portfolio upon graduation.