If you’re a designer or developer, it’s easy to showcase your work in an online portfolio—the proof, as they say, is “in the pudding.” But what if you work in a less visually oriented, yet creative field, like writing or user experience? The latter is Emily Smith’s specialty. In user experience, the process is vastly more important than the final product—website wireframes. And, frankly, a bunch of wireframes doesn’t make a particularly flashy portfolio, nor does it fully demonstrate the research and understanding that goes into crafting them. But Emily Smith’s website is a fantastic amazing example of how to sell non-visual work online.
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