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How to Build Your UX Design Portfolio

How to Build Your UX Design Portfolio

So, you’re ready to build a professional UX portfolio, but aren’t in a position to code an entire website? We’ve got your back! Watch our free Building Your UX Design Portfolio webinar to learn about various web services and tools to help you show off your work and get your resume out there with little to no coding required.

This webinar is the second part of a 2-part series on creating a UX Design portfolio to showcase your creative and technical skills to potential employers. You can catch up with part 1, as well as our Intro to UX webinar, here. In these webinars, Kenzie Academy UX Facilitator Mya Williams gives you an inside look at the UX industry as well as step-by-step instructions on creating your portfolio. 

In the “Building Your UX Design Portfolio” webinar, Mya walks you through her thought process in creating her own portfolio. For her, the starting point for her successful portfolio was brainstorming what she was interested in and who she wanted to be as a professional. If you’re thinking of ways to up your portfolio game, start out by asking these questions: 

“A big thing that I wanted to do is to figure out what my goal is. How do I want to portray myself? What is my goal of being portrayed?” 

Get more bits of UX wisdom by watching the full webinar for free here or by checking out our part-time UX Design Career program


Ready to jumpstart your career as a UX Designer or Coder? Learn more about our Software Engineering and UX Design programs, or check out our free beginner’s coding program Kenzie Free.

Alexa Goins

Alexa Goins

Alexa Goins is the Content Marketer at Kenzie Academy. Before she joined the field of higher education marketing, she worked as a journalist and taught English in the South of France. When she’s not writing, you can find her reading non-fiction works, doing embodiment yoga, or planning her next trip to Paris. You can find more of her work at www.alexagoins.com.

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    September 25, 2020
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