Fb2 Portfolio Design ePub

by Cesar Pelli,Harold Linton

Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering and Transport
Author: Cesar Pelli,Harold Linton
ISBN: 039373059X
ISBN13: 978-0393730593
Language: English
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company; 2nd edition (September 2000)
Pages: 176
Fb2 eBook: 1388 kb
ePub eBook: 1862 kb
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Harold Linton’s Portfolio Design has been the standard reference for students and young professionals in. .It's a decent book to provide concrete steps to approach your portfolio, not just for employment but also graduate school. I did prefer 'No Plastic Sleeves' (NPS) book to this book.

Harold Linton’s Portfolio Design has been the standard reference for students and young professionals in architecture. While this book is only for architecture field, and the 'No Plastic Sleeves' (NPS) book is more general covering multiple design fields, I found this book too basic. The NPS book had a lot of testimonials from interviewers and interviewees. But this book is too basic.

Harold Linton (author), Cesar Pelli (foreword). All the features that made Portfolio Design the go-to guide-how to assemble a portfolio that will display your talents and qualifications to the best advantage; advice on formats, content, sequencing, page layout design, and binding systems; when to print and when to go digital; and the latest in promoting yourself on the Internet-are still there and updated.

Harold Linton's Portfolio Design has been the standard reference for students and young professionals in architecture, urban planning, landscape, and interior design who want to make the best impression possible in their.

Harold Linton's Portfolio Design has been the standard reference for students and young professionals in architecture, urban planning, landscape, and interior design who want to make the best impression possible in their applications for undergraduate and graduate school admissions, design grants, competitions, or in a job interview.

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Whether you work in architecture, urban planning, landscape or interior design, a finely tailored portfolio is the most important element to include in your application for graduate school, a design grant or competition, or to bring to a job interview.

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The design student's primary resource for preparing a professional-quality portfolio. The design portfolio is the essential ingredient of a job search, application for graduate school or a grant, or competition in architecture, landscape architecture, or interior design. This new edition of a bestseller that covers every aspect of portfolio planning and production includes recent innovative portfolios and expanded coverage of digital portfolios. 23 color, 225 black-and-white illustrations.
Comments to eBook Portfolio Design
Gri
This book is so often mentioned and recommended that I bought it. I have produced some hand-built portfolios of my own, and was looking for more inspiration and practical advice. Instead, I found poor images, much of it in black and white, and the work in the portfolios is more interesting than the portfolios themselves.

This is heavily geared to architects and also to those with the means to have professional printing and a huge cash outlay for materials, cases, etc. I think some of the advice is good, but really for the un-initiated student, not professionals. A professional already knows that if the portfolio is sloppy, that it will not speak well of the designer and that a well-designed portfolio is an extra endorsement for the designer above and beyod the contents. There is little better advice/information in this book than that.

The portfolios showcased are very similar to each other, and there is little that can be produced by someone at home with a computer and a printer. I can tell you from my own experience that there is a lot you can do with a little elbow grease and less reliance on professionally assembled pieces.

A little advice of my own: A portfolio must showcase the work, must not detract from the quality of the work, and must be either changeable or expendable. Your portfolio should not be stagnant, but evolving with the new wonderful things you're doing and adding! Too few of the examples in this book provide for leave-behnids, inclusion of resumes, and the evolution of the contents.
Unereel
I have both a Bachelor's and Master's in Architecture, and thought that this book might provide some insight into portfolio design, since I had only had short crash courses (read: 1 hour lectures) off and on about portfolio design. Unfortunately, the book does not really provide much more in the way of concrete information or tips. If you know the basics of design, this book is not helpful. If you're applying to architecture school and need a starting point, this book MAY help - just make sure to get the most recent addition because the information and trends can become dated quickly.
Dagdage
The book was really helpful in terms of layout and organization of a portfolio as a whole. It was more specific than anything I have read before, which I found helpful because I feel like so much writing about making a portfolio says that you should make it look nice, but that it just depends on each individual person without much concrete information. It was a good resource and I felt more confident putting together a portfolio because of it. There is, however, a good amount of information that is now outdated. Most of the book assumes that you are making a print portfolio and only new chapters added for later editions acknowledge the use of the computer. I think that some of the material in the early chapters could benefit from having this information present throughout the whole thing. At the very least, the book does provide a lot of examples of good portfolios and seeing other people's work made me realize more clearly what I wanted my own portfolio to be like.
Thetalune
It's curious that this book is touted as "the bible of portfolio design." Although it passes as an intro, its value drops off the face of the Earth afterwards.

What "Portfolio Design" is, is a reproduction of outdated portfolios and examples of templates you can find in any page making tool. It lacks any meaty, substantial analysis you'd expect to find in a "bible" of portfolio design:

-nothing on the theories behind print design.
-no explanation on the "whys" and "hows" of presenting your work.
-little analysis on proper organization of a portfolio.
-insufficient info on photography, cropping, margins, etc.

If you've never put a portfolio together, you might get some use out of it in the initial stages of your portfolio. Once you iterate to a certain level, however, "Portfolio Design" makes a better coaster than a guide. Advice: buy it used, if you buy it.
Kecq
This is a good book for those who are just entering the design field and haven't been exposed to the basic elements of presentation layout, and graphic design. If you have taken any portfolio-making class, or gotten advise from school faculty, the book fails to add anything extra to what you might already know.
Also one thing I wish it had more of, is colored illustrations. When it comes to portfolios, color is such an important aspect, and the book doesn't have many of them at all. This is the book's main lack.
Other than that, it has some basic information that everyone should know, so if you're new to the field, get it! It's a great way to get you thinking about how to present your work.
HeonIc
Met the man in person. Very good resource book.
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