Journal

The cull

I read some of Jame’s advice on how to improve your portfolio . Now normally I am not one to take advice, especially from someone described as an Elf.…

So I ignored the idea of getting rid of the the poorer work form my portfolio. And i ignored it and I ignored it. But there it was playing at the back of my mind. Festering away, that little thought, cull!

So today I started to cull my portfolio. I got rid of almost everything that had no comments, my rationale being that if people couldn’t be bothered to comment then it couldn’t be any good. Looking at what people have not commented on is interesting.

On the one hand it represents the excellent taste of bubblers, I got rid of a few OK but less than stellar works.

On the other it shows how the RB presentation favors different sorts of work.

First thoughts

So this is the first time I have seen the site live, in the wild, and working.

It’s very exciting. Seeing what we have been working on come to life. It’s cool.

Now for the real test, people!

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