Portfolio Do’s and Dont’s

Trending infographic: The Do’s and Dont’s when compiling your portfolio

An architecture portfolio is an architect’s (or student architect’s) most essential tool. It demonstrates the author’s creative talent and technical abilities. When submitted alongside a job application, the portfolio should not just be a visual guide to the CV, but also clearly exhibit the range, amount and diversity of your architectural aptitude, knowledge and current experience.

Your portfolio is the first chance you have to impress potential employers and with this guide, we’ll provide you with the main Do’s and Don’ts for architects when it comes to putting together your portfolio.

Download now to find out:

  • What to include
  • How to present it
  • The main things to avoid!
  • And much more…
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