Creating a portfolio can be a daunting task, especially for designers who are their own harshest critics. As a graphic designer, I understand how personal taste can be fluid, and choosing the right platform to create a portfolio can be a challenging task.
After researching and reading several blogs and articles, I decided to build my portfolio on Webflow, which was said to be a complete and powerful platform.
While Webflow had some pros, such as advanced security and collaboration features, I also encountered some cons, such as a heavy learning curve. As time was running out, I realized that I needed a simpler and more time-friendly platform to finish my portfolio before Career Week arrived (just 1 week ahead).
That’s when a designer friend (dear Rosanna) introduced me to Framer, and I fell in love with its simplicity and ease of use.
As someone who had just spent nine weeks learning to use Figma and almost a decade using Adobe Creative design programs, Framer was like a breath of fresh air. Its drag-and-drop interface and compatibility with other design tools made it easy for me to create a complete portfolio in just a week.
One of the most outstanding features of Framer is the ability to copy and paste entire pages from one project to another, making it easy to connect design with the domain I had bought without losing anything along the way. This was a game-changer for me, and it’s one of the reasons why I’m now Framer’s biggest fan.
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