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Creating portfolio without work!

Creating portfolio without work!

Creating portfolio without work!

Hi I have done a lot of design work and art working for a creative agency over the last year. I am assuming I cannot put this on a website of my own. Should I do some design work with fictional client names to show or just a load of personal projects. My work is retail based point of sale branding etc, I want to have some brochures, invites, all sorts really. Anyone got any pointers for me I would be very grateful.

RE: Creating portfolio without work!

You'd need to check your own work contract and the contracts for the clients to determine if you are prohibited from displaying the work on your own site. If the work has already been displayed in a public place (as in, you were not producing confidential/private designs) then there should be little issue with you displaying it further on your own site.

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