We performed research across many industries, working with mentors and practitioners in the field, to come up with this 5-day course on how to build a UX design portfolio that stands out to employers.
1 - You’ll learn why UX portfolios are important
Discover the key benefits to having a UX design portfolio, how to figure out who the audience is for your portfolio, and the optimal ways to present your portfolio.
2 - You’ll learn how to define the audience for your portfolio
As UX designers, we want to learn more about our users to help create products that are intuitive, delightful, and help users achieve their goals. In this lesson, you'll learn how to create your portfolio for a hiring manager.
3 - You’ll learn how to tell your story in a meaningful way for employers
Hiring managers receive dozens of UX design portfolios for open roles. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to present your portfolio in a way that sets you apart from others that might be applying for the same role.
3 - You’ll learn the must-include elements in your UX portfolio
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to pick case studies and everything you need to include with each case study.
4 - You’ll learn how to get inspired to create the best portfolio yet
There’s so many examples of portfolios out there, it’s hard not to get overwhelmed. In this lesson, we’ll share tips on how to get inspired and what commons portfolio mistakes to avoid.
5 - You’ll learn how to launch your portfolio
The last step is putting it all together. In this last lesson, you learn how to navigate NDAs, how to launch your portfolio, and what you can include if you don’t have a lot of UX design experience.
Having a portfolio is only part of the equation when it comes to getting hired in UX design. Read more on how to create a first-rate UX resume, or check our UX Design Course if you’re ready to gain UX design experience.