Laura already had an instructional design role where she was producing results and pushing the team forward, but she was looking for her dream role.
To show off her skills and stand out in the market, she developed a minimal, striking portfolio website and engaging, UX-oriented projects. This site helped her land her dream remote eLearning developer role at Sephora.
One of the most notable features of Laura's portfolio site is her command of negative space. She gives her design ample room to breathe, and this brings the viewer's focus onto the most important elements of her work.
Also, since Laura was working on a quick timeline and already had a well-developed skillset, she decided to develop rapid mockups and prototypes instead of developing a full flagship project.
This proved very effective considering the reaction that Laura received in the market (and her ability to swiftly land her dream eLearning role).
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