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UX portfolio review

By getting your portfolio reviewed by the Designer’s Toolbox you’re setting yourself up for that one design job or project you’ve been dreaming of. Become a better, more visible designer with a top level UX portfolio. 

UX Portfolio Review

Get your review here

Submit your portfolio, the challenges you’re faces, and where we can find your portfolio by purchasing our review below.

Once received, we will review your portfolio within a few business days and get back to you accordingly.

How we will review your portfolio

  1. Submit your review request above. Once you do, you’ll be able to download instructions and we’ll get notified of your request.
  2. Submit your portfolio. We will take a very close look at your portfolio and determine where and how you can improve your portfolio.
  3. Receive your feedback. We will get back to you with actionable feedback that you can apply right away.
  4. Next steps. Do you want more help? You’ll be able to discuss further actions with our reviewer!
Nick Groeneveld

Here's who will review your portfolio

Nick Groeneveld is a designer from the Netherlands with over 5 years of UX, visual design, and consultancy experience. He has worked in many different industries, including retail, finance, and sports.

Take a look at Nick’s LinkedIn and Medium for more.

Your UX portfolio is important

Did you know that on average recruiters only look at your resume and portfolio for 6 seconds? You have a very short time to make a strong impression on the person reading your UX portfolio. Your portfolio needs to be clear, to the point, and show your value as a designer.

There are ways to improve your portfolio in such a way that it will stay on the top of a recruiter’s mind. One of these ways is to get feedback from other designers. That’s where we want to help you. Submit your portfolio to get actionable feedback.

How to improve your portfolio

As mentioned earlier, you have a very short time to make an impression. In a matter of seconds a recruiter decides whether he picks you or someone else.

Here’s one of the tips we might give on how to improve your chances.

Tip 1 - Create a cover page

Your portfolio needs a cover page just as a big corporate document needs an executive summary. That summary is made for busy readers who do not have the time to read the entire document.

Your cover page has the same function. This page is where you summarize who you are, what your role is, and what your skills are. Add the cover page as page one in your UX portfolio.

Sumbit your UX portfolio to get additional tips.