Writing descriptions of your work. Process descriptions. Category/Archive descriptions.
Get your Value Proposition right up front. Save personal stories for the bottom. What can you do for them? How do you work? What is your process? How do you help them achieve their goals?
You can’t get to where you want to go if you don’t know where that is! This week we focus our career as we prepare to transition from the Art Student Chapter of life to the Emerging Artist Chapter of life!
Your Menu & Site Map are key ways to provide quick information to your audience. If there’s a potential connection, let’s make it immediately clear to them!
Planning art career goals and finances for the next 5 years!
Choosing your Career Goals, and therefore Website Goals, can be hard. Let’s use Website Tag Lines & Menus as a powerful way to immediately inform visitors about the work you do. Make sure they’re clear and specific.
What makes a good portfolio website? Let’s write a viewer profile to help you sketch out the visitor experience of your website.
Which do you need, a CV, or a Resume? And how do you write it?
The *Cover Letter* is often the way you introduce yourself to Curators, HR Directors, and others.