Travelling from appointment to appointment with a giant-sized design portfolio (opens in new tab) under one arm, an iPad with a digital version under the other, and yet another version displaying your talents on your phone?
If this sounds like you, MOO (opens in new tab)'s new app Monogram (opens in new tab) might be just the solution. Launched yesterday, Monogram seeks to solve all these portfolio woes with one simple, stylish, on-the-go portfolio app, which allows users to display their creative work easily. And it's completely editable on the go without having a wifi connection.
This means you can update your work inbetween appointments and make your portfolio completely tailored to who you are meeting. Simple.
MOO CEO, Richard Moross, says, "Monogram seeks to bridge the divide between the humble business card and a more involved website, giving customers a flexible tool to better explain what they're about when they're face-to-face.
"We're looking forward to seeing our customers build some beautiful Monograms." And not to mention, it's all delivered on your mobile phone.
Monogram links are also easily sharable, so you can pass your work on directly to prospective clients or co-collaborators and share them on your social networks.
You can also easily link your Monograms to any website and you can make as many as you like, ensuring you have the perfectly curated visual story of your work, always to hand.
It's a whole new way to share your portfolio, and cuts down on both time and expense. The app has been designed for everyone, from designers, illustrators and photographers to dog groomers, architects, agency creatives, independent retailers and tattoo artists.
No more fussing about websites and digital portfolios, you can spend that hard earned time on what really matters – creating art!
Monogram is available now on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch for free in the App Store (opens in new tab).
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