Planning a personal website: Does my portfolio matter?
In this first episode of Built By Hand, Ben's mission is to figure out the purpose of his website and come up with a plan of attack. Does his work even matter anymore? How do you decide what content belongs here and what content belongs on The Futur's website? What tactics can you use to make the process of planning your personal portfolio website easier?
No-code is closing the gap between idea and impact. Gain inspiration from four real stories of pursuit, empowerment, and the magic of creativity. Coming in early 2022.
A podcast created to help you improve your skills and have more impact as a marketing design professional.
As a creative, your most powerful tool is your portfolio. Learn how to use that power wisely and responsibly.
To rebuild his neglected website, a self-taught designer and entrepreneur must discover his voice and carve out a place among the businesses he's helped build.
So you want to be a product designer? Get empowered by hearing what it (really) takes to succeed in the product design industry.
An online event series showcasing the art and stories behind today’s most beloved musicians, artists, videographers, and photographers.
A series that follows up and coming designers across the globe in their pursuit to become creative professionals.
Freelance designer Dann Petty drove 10,000 miles across the US to interview freelancers about their daily lives. These are their stories.
What does the website design process look like for a freelancer and what are the common problems that need to be solved?
“Building a Brand” takes you behind the scenes of creating a strong brand that resonates with customers and stands out in the marketplace.
What’s it like to work as a designer at a startup in Los Angeles? How do you begin the task of creating a huge facet of the business: the website? How do you get everyone involved, on the same page?
Free until you’re ready to launch
Build your site for free and take as long as you need. (That’s right, no trial here.) Just add a site plan for more pages, and a custom domain when you’re ready for the world.