Share your online portfolio and show off your work on these great web sites...
This list was complied while I was coordinating the Swinburne National Institute of Design Research NIDR masters of multimedia design course.
The easiest way to display and manage your portfolio online
A clean canvas to show off your work
Instant updating with no HTML experience necessary
A set of easy to use management tools
Images, flash, video... Oh my!
Used by over 3,500 artists and designers in 40 countries
Another online portfolio site, limited free site with the option of paid renewal...
My "Online Portfolio Adventure"
(Versions of my online portfolios developed using different systems or online publishing tools)
http://electronicportfolios.com/myportf … sions.html
Design community portfolios and collaboration Network with experts around the world. Showcase your talents by developing your own on-line portfolio. Search for other professionals by their skills, interests and experience.
Openfolo is a portfolio development and collaboration web site for creative professionals displaying work by over 3000 members and over 30000 images. Members include professionals, academics and students based in Europe, the Far East North America and the Middle East. Openfolio provides a skills exchange forum and encourages international collaboration through the evolution of a professional development network based on the communication of individual's skills interests and experience. Members add content to their Openfolio's through an easy to use interface. A variety of Openfolio templates may be chosen and these act as windows through which the content is viewed.
Open folio was created by Stuart English has been hosted by the University of Northumbria since 1995. The system is one of the most up to date sources of new design thinking and provides access to over 30,000 original design images.
Give your art an edge with your own free electronic online portfolio that can be emailed!!!
Paid site, but has the choice of pre made templates
Multiply gives you an easy way to share all kinds of digital media, including photos, blogs, videos, music and more, all in one convenient place: your own personal web site.
Here is the latest version of a online portfolio
we’ve seen a huge jump in the introduction of niched social networks recently. It will be interesting to see which ones take off, and which ones end up on the cutting room floor. I think the success of these sites will depend on the user-friendliness and aesthetics of their interfaces, how well the programmers build the back ends of the sites, and– maybe most important– the content that the early adopters bring to the sites in the early stages. Trendmill is a new site geared toward fashion trends– it looks pretty good. It caters to both industry and individuals, allowing brands to upload their designs to the site where individual members can vote on the designs and create buzz around pieces they like (and pieces they don’t like). Also, as the site continues into the future (assuming it does), you will be able to click on a trend timeline that will show you what was ‘hot and not’ at any point in time. I also like the editorial feature of the site– the posts are pretty entertaining. I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts about all of these new social networks– so leave a comment if you have some ideas to share.