Designers, the samples you choose for your graphic design portfolios and how you present them can affect whether or not you get the job. Not only should you periodically review and change the content of your portfolio with newer and better work, it is also important to tailor it to the client, agency or employer you are interviewing with. Even though you are focusing on specific areas relative to the job, your pieces should reflect a variety of styles and enough types of work to show that you are a well-balanced designer. Remember to start your portfolio with your second best piece and end with your best.
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