Designers don’t just create resumes, they create portfolios that showcase their best works of art. More often than not, those portfolios are featured on the Web so that they can be easily accessed and shared at any time and from everywhere or used to supplement hard copy promotional materials. Unlike their paper counterparts, digital portfolios must follow Web design and development best practices, not to mention tricky, and ever-changing, SEO tactics. After all, a site without functionality, and visitors, is ineffective (regardless of how cool it looks). Read More.