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    Junior Member jonnysikov is on a distinguished road
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    Behance is good place to reap some exposure, but it's always a little disappointing when there's no personal site. Presentation I think can be equally as important as the work itself.

    Cargo is great and the folks who operate are keen to keep up to date in terms of web standards. I'd recommend it.


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    Smile

    Up for Behance.

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    Junior Member isacrosta will become famous soon enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhocant View Post
    Behance is famous site
    Dribbble for sell your work i think
    cargocollective you have to ask to join.

    but i guess, you can post your things on wordpress or blogspot with nice themes, or tumblr is okay. with nice themes, everywhere can be portfolio site :D
    I totally agree with you! :)

    I used to have a Tumblr portfolio for years and it worked just fine. You could choose your own layout, edit HTML (if you know at least a little bit) and it will never get outdated with new coding scripts (don't know why, I neve had any problem with it).

    I now migrated it to a Wordpress one (for some DNS trouble I had with my own domain). It is working really good and I don't regret the change, but would definitively recommend Tumblr as a portfolio site.

    PD: I'm not a huge fan of Behance... I think it is really pretty, but the whole social interaction seems a little bit too much for me.

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    Wordpress. Start simple with a template and then expand and pick up the coding along the way - learning a new skill.

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    Behance can give you a lots of opportunities!

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    If you dont wanna mess with css and hosting cargocollective is a great fast solution, you do quickly run into limitations however,

    If you dont mind getting your hands dirty get a real site and set it up with a nice wordpress theme, that way you can customize everything and make your site unique

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    There are 2 websites i really like to host my portfolio.

    - Behance: which i think is more professional, i would even send it with my portfolio for a job offer.

    - Dribbble: i think dribbble is more like a showoff website where people who know their work is awesome get reactions on their work that say it's awesome by people who think their awesome to.

    Yes, i'm on dribbble... So i probably think some of my work is awesome!

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    Not sure if it's so much a hosting website but Emil Olsson's hi-response is a good modular template for building your portfolio online http://emilolsson.com/hi-response/

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    I'm using cargo. works for me.

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    Honestly I believe it depends on what you are trying to accomplish with your portfolio as well as what type of design you do. If you are mainly a print designer working in a corporate field, you could very easily use sites like Behance (keep in mind they also have premium portfolios which might be worthwhile). If you work in web design, however, it would be a very bad idea to not create and host your own portfolio site. This also applies to freelance in my opinion.

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    If you're an artist or illustrator, maybe Deviantart is another good alternative.

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    Wix.com ?

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    Definitely Behance. But many friends of mine are also using Cargo and Deviantart..

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    I wanted my own domain and host for my portfolio. It's easier to remind it.
    I bought a theme that runs on Wordpress here on theme trust
    Easy and beautiful !

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    I suggest too Behance. At the moment is the best site that combine professional look and it's easy to manage, that's a great thing for people that can't handle with html and codes like me

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