UX Portfolio Mentoring Sessions with Louise Campbell

UX Portfolio Mentoring Sessions with Louise Campbell

UX Portfolios
Summary:

Having an exceptional portfolio that stands out from the crowd is sometimes what it takes to land that dream job. UX careers coach Louise Campbell will be in our Slack channel running a series of mentoring sessions to help you get your portfolio to that place.

A couple of months back we ran one of our most popular Slack sessions to date – perhaps not surprisingly, it was all about creating a persuasive UX portfolio.

It was so popular that we’re running a couple of follow up portfolio mentoring sessions, this time focussing on the different aspects of presenting your work to prospective employers in the best possible light.

In the first session Louise will cover questions like

  • What counts as portfolio material?
  • What results should I display?
  • How do I promote my portfolio?”

The second session will be defined by the most popular themes in the first.

The Details

Meet Louise Campbell

Louise Campbell

Louise Campbell is a Lead UX Design consultant for giant eCommerce companies. She started out at 19 as a junior print designer for Littlewoods Home Shopping Group. Over the last 15 years has worked her way up to consulting for luxury e-commerce companies including Net-a-porter.com, MrPorter.com, The Body Shop, Benna.co.uk, and travel giant Greyhound.com.

Louise is also a career transition coach for ambitious graphic designers who want to make it big in UXD. She teaches a free weekly mini-class to show you ‘How to Create a Persuasive Portfolio’ at UpSkillMastery.com.

How to Ask Your Questions

If you can’t make the live session but have questions, we’d love to collect them ahead of time and we’ll ask Louise on your behalf. You can submit your questions here. We’ll publish the responses (along with the full transcript) in the days following the session.

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How do Mentoring Sessions work?

These sessions run for approximately an hour each and best of all, they don’t cost a cent. We run them in our dedicated public Slack channel. That means that there is no audio or video, but you are welcome to revisit the channel at a later date if you need a refresher.  If you’re not familiar with Slack, you’ll need to request an invite to our channel the first time only – from then on you’re part of the family and you’ll have automatic access to new sessions.

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