Have you started working on your portfolio?
Yesterday, we shared 4 easy-to-follow steps on how you can structure your portfolio for success without clients or real-life experience. If you have not read it, you can read it here.
To help you showcase your work online, we are sharing 5 tools with you today. These days, there’s are dozen of website builders, freelance platforms, and social media platforms that you can build your portfolio on.
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Webflow is highly customisable and powerful. To ease their product high learning curve, Webflow offers a variety of templates as well as great tutorials.
Squarespace is another awesome tool, you should check out! However, if you are looking to do more complex customisation to your website you will need to know CSS to operate Squarespace. Some creatives find Squarespace highly structured builder to be annoying.
I am sure you’ve heard of Wix!
There are ads on Youtube videos (it might just be targeted to me) but if you are looking for a portfolio builder that has a free-form editor, you should give Wix a shot. The one downside that you should be aware of is Wix free plan can be limiting to some of you.
- Editor X
Editor X is another no-code portfolio builder you should consider. Using Editor X, you can customise your portfolio freely. Remember to access their good collection of tutorials to figure the program out.
Have you used Notion?
You can create a website with Super.so by integrating it with notion, that’s what I did with my own portfolio! Super.so is relatively more simple than the other 4 tools mentioned in this article. You can further customise your website with CSS inside of Super.so
There are so many disparate ways creative are presenting their work online. Go try out the different tools we shared in today’s article and remember to download our app to get another exhaustive list of easy to use tools to build your portfolio
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On-chain portfolio are also becoming a thing, we are doing research before creating an article that explain how on-chain portfolio work in a Web 3 setting. Follow us on Twitter to stay updated when we upload a new article.