Tips To Create Your Portfolio

When it comes to presenting professionally, it is vital to show and count. After all, 90% of the information from our brain processes is visual. Research shows that using visual aids is 43% more likely to convince people, that is why when creating portfolio (ทำportfolio which is the term in Thai) you have to do in such a way that it captures the interest of a human resource manager.

Check Out Tips For Creating One

  • When creating a portfolio, find * what * you want to show Before you think about how to showcase your work, you need to understand what others want to see. Even if you believe your portfolio says more about you than your resume, you need to be equally selective about what to include. People have limited attention span, so it’s important to show only those jobs that demonstrate your talent and your experience.
  • Keep It Simple When it comes to showing your work, less is more. We suggest straightforwardly presenting your projects. A section with the list of your actions create links to view each one individually to see more details and give people contexts about their work score.
  • Make it easy to navigate. Another way to create a simple navigation portfolio? Use categories. When you have many jobs to show, putting them all on one page can be overwhelming. This can also distract viewers – if the first three projects are digital-related, potential recruiters may assume that you do not have other skills or see your content projects below the page. Also, categories can demonstrate their range of knowledge. If you are a marketing generalist who does social media strategy, RP 2.0, and content, you should categorize your work. After all, you do not want someone looking for you for a specific topic to have to look at all the jobs you’ve done for clients or past employers
  • Remember that it’s not just about your job. Your previous projects are an essential aspect when someone is thinking of working with you. But it is important to remember that the person is not hiring that project, but the person who did it. A good portfolio gets even better when you tell a little about your history, your past experiences, and what kind of professional you are to work with. Include an “on” page in your portfolio, talk about yourself, and do not forget to put your contact information.