Nathan Weller is a Columbus, Ohio based artist, blogger, and entrepreneur with a fierce passion for artistic community. He is also the founder and CEO of Black Cat Digital Publishing, a digital content solution for individuals and businesses alike. You can find him on twitter or reach out to him by email at [email protected].
In my first post for GraphicDesign.com I outlined the pro’s and con’s of using WordPress as your portfolio platform in addition to (and even instead of) the other options readily available on the web. I argued that WordPress is the most open, powerful, customizable, and effective platform for designers (or artists of any kind for that matter) to build a meaningful and profitable personal brand online. Now, as a follow up to that article I’ve put together a list... CONTINUE READING
In this post I hope to accomplish two things: First, I’d like to convince you that there are a lot of great platforms out there for posting and sharing your work; meaning there’s really no excuse for neglecting to create an online portfolio. Secondly, I’d like to convince you that any creative person who wants to harness the full potential of their personal brand is best served by building their portfolio on WordPress as part of a self hosted... CONTINUE READING
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