Building a persuasive portfolio is high on the priority list of a lot of our community members, and the audience at today’s AMA session with Louise Campbell was testament to that.
We had a record number of attendees, and although Louise typed faster than I can think, we still didn’t get through all the questions.
If you don’t have a portfolio (or you’re not happy with the one you do have) then you need to read this transcript. It is gold.
Also, don’t miss Louise’s offer to get your copy of the pitch and contract outline that scored Louise her first $12K client.
If you’re interested in seeing what we discussed, or you want to revisit your own questions, here is a full transcript of the chat.
Full stack designer = :unicorn_face:
If you have further questions, please post them here http://community.uxmastery.com/t/portfolio-reviews-from-louises-ama-session/2026/4
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