Showcase Your Card Game Projects: How to Make an Impressive Portfolio
By Tom Seest
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A game developer’s portfolio should demonstrate their work and skills without becoming overly complex.
An overly complex portfolio may be difficult for clients and recruiters to navigate, making key information harder to locate than necessary. A more straightforward portfolio should always be preferred.
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Illustrator, art director, and keynote speaker Kate Moross knows this well with her vibrant, rainbow-painted homepage that draws visitors right in. Additionally, her portfolio is laid out as an inviting gallery view to draw them further into her colorful world of creation. In addition to visual elements, each project also contains short descriptions of its approach and process – making the whole process accessible and straightforward for anyone curious.
If you want to showcase your portfolio of card game projects online, it must be user-friendly and clutter-free. That way, potential employers or clients will easily locate what they are searching for on your page. Furthermore, ensure your navigation bar remains short while also including striking graphics to grab their attention.
Nikolas Kraj, a game designer and user experience expert, boasts an engaging website that highlights his design skills and experience. With its clean white layout that emphasizes his designs, its fun contact information (in an informal yet amusing tone) helps visitors feel at ease while navigating his site more quickly and easily. Furthermore, social media links make him easily discoverable by prospective employers. He also shows his professionalism by including videos demonstrating game designs; this adds tremendous value to his site while showing potential clients that this designer offers many solutions!
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