Including Confidential Projects in your Portfolio

Devlin Peck
. Updated on 
May 4, 2023
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If you've been working as an instructional designer for some time now, then you've probably felt frustrated that some of your best work is confidential.

You use your skillset to design great learning experiences, but due to the nature of your arrangement with your employer or client, you cannot make any of it public or show off your skills to the world.

In this video, I offer some tips and strategies that you can use to highlight your skillset and help people see what you're capable of.When you handle this well and design a great portfolio, you can land more (and better) opportunities.

Let me know if you have any questions. And remember, I'm not a lawyer! Consult a lawyer if you want legal help with what you can and cannot include in your portfolio.

Devlin Peck
Devlin Peck
Devlin Peck is the founder of, where he helps people build instructional design skills and break into the industry. He previously worked as a freelance instructional designer and graduated from Florida State University.
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