I often talk to business leaders whose businesses are doing well. They are doing so well that they "don't need a website." They say, "if we had a website we couldn't keep up with the work it would generate." I wonder if they would be willing to fill in that blank with any other business given. "If we had we couldn't keep up with the work it would generate." Would they say they don't need customer service, quality products, customer relationships, efficient billing, educated clientele, solid reputation or locatable offices? All of these things generate business. All of these things can be enhanced with a good website.
Up and coming designers often approach me asking for work. My response is always the same. "Why don't you send me your portfolio and when I have a project that will fit you, I'll reach out to you." It seems (to me anyway) like a simple and reasonable request. If I'm going to hire you for a job I need to know that a) you will follow through with what I've asked you to do and b) you have an eye for good design. The thing is these up and coming designers never bring me their portfolio. I think it's because they don't have one. Though you may not be a designer, here are a few tips on creating a good portfolio.
We spent much time and energy cultivating our craft of creating websites, logos and advertisements for our clients in order to deliver a product that perfectly suits their needs and tells their unique story. If you wish to view our full portfolio, you can do so here.