Your portfolio is the most valuable asset you have in your job search as an aspiring UX designer. A well-researched, targeted, and thorough portfolio may help employers see your distinct viewpoint as well as your depth of knowledge in a specific field.
However, if you’re just getting started with User Experience and User Interface design, you might be asking what kinds of projects you should work on to land a position as a junior UX or UI designer.
Fortunately, during the last several months, I spoke with a number of UX recruiters and designers to get their advice on how to construct a UX portfolio full of new projects that actually stand out and demonstrate your expertise.
Here are seven projects you should include in your portfolio to demonstrate that you are the best candidate for the position.
- Landing Page for Lead Generation
- Digital Publication or Blog
- An online store
- App Development
- Email Drip Marketing
- Website Promotion
- Web App Development