- Aug. 22, 2019
-- A designer's portfolio offers a window for the world to look at their work and judge their talent, skills, and experience. Whether a graphic designer, a product designer, an illustrator or a web designer, design portfolios are the prism through which designers are constantly evaluated by clients and potential employers alike. A great portfolio can propel any designer towards a ladder of success and open up new opportunities. However, failing at present the same can lead to rejection and spells of doom. A design portfolio can make or break a career and it can be a daunting task to create an impressive portfolio. In fact, in itself, it becomes the most important design exercise of a designer's career, curating their life's best work in an impressive fashion for everyone to judge.
Raffles Design has initiated a "Design Portfolio Building Program" to help all those design students who have to struggle in making their most important project - A design portfolio. This initiative was started with the sole purpose of helping all those who struggle with creating an impressive portfolio and have no guidance in that process. Under this initiative, all the design students, even from outside institutes and self-learned designers, are welcome to seek guidance. Guidance regarding what a portfolio should look like, how to curate the best works of art and what platforms to select in order to achieve this task will be provided by successful professionals. Raffles Design International believes that making your way into the design industry and building a successful career should not be difficult for a designer or an artist just because they have a less than extraordinary portfolio.
While most design students are talented and have a unique sense of design to showcase, they lack knowledge of various portfolio building tools and guidance in curating the best artwork. Raffles Design International plans on changing that status by providing all the design students with much-required counseling and supervision, thus helping them in building an extraordinary career path based on their talents. Seeing designers succeed and have a flourishing career is the ultimate goal behind this unique activity. Such activity has not been performed before by any university or private institution in or around Mumbai. Raffles Design International (http://rafflesmumbai.com/
) hopes that this opportunity will prompt designers to make the approach for assistance and guidance.