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The Death of Design Portfolios

How Big Tech is changing the way designers show their work

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DDesigners keep up with what’s going on in design by looking at blogs, magazines, schools, exhibitions, and portfolio sites. We know we have to maintain this habit because we are interested in promoting ourselves to get business, build our reputations, and assert ourselves as culture makers. But what happens when…




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Rachel Berger

Rachel Berger

Rachel Berger is a designer in Oakland, and chair of Graphic Design at California College of the Arts.

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