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Best Visual Portfolio Website Builders 2013

Best Visual Portfolio Website Builders 2013 | Presentation Tools | Scoop.it

http://pinterest.com/robingood/best-visual-portfolio-website-builders-2013/


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If you need to put together a professional-looking visual portfolio of your photos, drawings or visual layouts, here is a collection I have put together for my own use, pointing to the very best tools and services available online to do this.


While most of these image portfolio builders are free, many have Pro paid options that allow to further improve the presentation, the number of images shown and their quality, as well as the ability to share, export or import images from other sources.


Free to use.


Collection of online image portfolio builders:

http://pinterest.com/robingood/best-visual-portfolio-website-builders-2013/






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francesco guglielmin's comment, June 22, 2013 2:38 PM
repinned on my "articles that inspire me"
Deanya Lattimore Schempp's comment, June 25, 2013 8:24 AM
thanks for this! Your scoops are very useful and exhibit exactly what I think of as the potential for scoopit. Nice job.
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Create Collaborative Multimedia Portfolios and Visual Collections with Dropr

Create Collaborative Multimedia Portfolios and Visual Collections with Dropr | Presentation Tools | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Dropr is a new visual curation and presentation platform which allows you to easily import / upload any type of content, from text to sound clips, video, images and more, to your online creative space. 


Multimedia contents can be organized into Portfolio, Projects and Collections. (Frankly I was a bit overwhelmed by all these levels and by their effective role, but it looks like by browsing other people collections, that this is not an issue limited to me.)

To get an idea of the type of things you can do with Dropr go to the home page here: http://dropr.com and click on the Explore button on the top right corner. Then click on one of the three buttons (Portfolios, Projects, Collections) and see what a fantastic world of stunning visual portfolios can be set up with this tool.

Once you are in a collections or portfolio the visual browsing, navigation and experience is great. I'd recommend it to any visual artist wanting to set up rapidly a visual portfolio of his best work. The hard part, at least from a conceptual viewpoint, is understanding how to organize these different levels and how to take best advantage of them.


Go try it out yourself: http://dropr.com/




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Charles Duwez's comment, August 17, 2012 3:27 PM
quite complex indeed...
Robin Good's comment, August 17, 2012 3:41 PM
Yes Charles, they will have to do something about it!
Nedko Aldev's curator insight, May 8, 2013 5:04 AM

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