Creating a Digital Portfolio

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Hayden Books, 1996 - Computers - 244 pages
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Graphic designers can now learn how to use cutting-edge digital technology to market their creative services in a visually appealing format that is portable and professional. This comprehensive step-by-step guide takes readers through planning, production and finishing touches of creating a focused and effective digital portfolio.
-- Tells how to set up a Web site portfolio and burn creative work on a CD-ROM
-- Provides readers with a variety of starter layouts that can be customized for their own use
-- CD-ROM contains starter portfolios, professional examples and software samples such as KPT, QuickShow and Acrobat

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Contents

Introduction
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Digita1
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Developing a Good Portfolio for Any Medium
15
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Cynthia Baron is the director of the Computer Graphics Lab at Northeastern University School of Art in Boston.

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