Creating The Perfect Portfolio : Comments
January 29, 2008
Thanks for wrapping up the two most common reasons for a personal website: getting hired or getting clients.
If you don’t have either of those needs, you should still have a personal website to try out ideas, learn how to communicate and expose your work to the public. Doing this will give you a platform to improve, and will certainly land you clients and a new job if you are ever are in need.
In my case, my website drives tons of recruiters and freelance opportunities, then I can pass them off to the people who need them. I didn’t make my website for either of those two reasons – instead, it is simply a bi-product of exposing my ideas and work to the public.
Use your website to constantly improve your game.