The UX market is growing everyday with increasing demand of new talents. However, that does not minimizes the competition to reach the top or to impress your potential client. There was a time when a portfolio was the demonstration of your final work. The more the merrier. ‘A strong portfolio’ was the synonyms of ‘I HAVE COMPLETED *** PROJECTS SUCCESSFULLY’. But though the market is growing very fast but the gap between demand and supply (of new talents) are also increasing. So rather than knocking on the door of a very busy UX designer, employers now a days prefers to find new talents. So what to include?
1. In depth details. include if you have worked on web/mobile/desktop. If you specialize in any particular project like native apps, internal applications or e- commerce. If you specialize in more than one field than include projects from every platform.
2. Try to give a quick step by step process of your work. It can include how you generate ideas, then how they come into the light of reality. But be cautious about being too elaborative. This can annoy the hiring manager because you are going to get only a few minutes to impress him.
3. Try to be a bit narrative.