Graphic designer's creative self-promotion kit
A nice example from Daria Skrybchenko of how to promote yourself as a graphic designer.
Here's a nice, visually appetising piece from Ukrainian graphic designer Daria Skrybchenko
This self-promotion piece contains a creative CV in the style of an infographic, a business card and other goodies. And it's all wrapped up in a lovingly made box to be sent out to agencies.
Producing something like this could be the difference to standing out amongst the hundreds of standard applications and ensure your name is on the short list for interviews.
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