10 ways to improve your UX portfolio

How to be a better UXer
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First impressions count, and your portfolio is often the first thing that people will get to see, and the only thing between you and your next web design job. That means that creating the right kind of UX portfolio, which is a true representation of your skills, is vital. 

Telling a story, not oversharing and remembering that your portfolio has users are just some of the things to keep in mind when attempting to create portfolio. Here are ten ways you can improve your UX portfolio, and ultimately get a better job. 

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Steven Jenkins is a freelance content creator who has worked in the creative industry for over 20 years. The web and design are in his blood. He started out as a web designer before becoming the editor of Web Designer magazine and later net magazine. Loud guitars, AFC Bournemouth, Photoshop, CSS, and trying to save the world take up the rest of this time.