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Becoming job ready in creative, design-oriented fields is a challenging process. Unlike other professions which make hiring requirements obvious and unambiguous, young creatives are burdened with the largely self-motivated process of teaching themselves how to build a portfolio, deciding how best to showcase their work, learning sitebuilder functionality, choosing where and how to host thier portfolios, writing case studies, navigating professional language usage, etc. Currently, resources to assist soon-to-be designers through this process are often created by questionably-reputable sources, biased, outdated, difficult to find, or dependent on the individual’s access to in-person coaching (via teachers, professors, professionals in their network, etc).

In this project, I attempted to fill this void with a prototype for a desktop application I called

Frankenstein: a portfolio building platform made by, and for, creatives.

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