A UX portfolio is a collection of research and design work that showcases a UX practitioner’s skills and experience. It is typically used to apply for jobs or to showcase work to potential clients or employers.
A UX portfolio should be well-organized and easy to navigate, with clear descriptions of each project and the process used. It should also include examples of the practitioner’s problem-solving skills and ability to research and create user-centered designs. A UX portfolio should be tailored to the specific audience it is being presented to, highlighting the skills and experience most relevant to the job or project.
Depending on the role, the portfolio should either be tailored to UX research or UX design unless applying for a generalist or possibly a strategist role.
If you are interested in having your portfolio reviewed, Anthro to UX offers a portfolio review and critique as part of its UX career coaching services.