Creating a Framework for an Artist’s E-Portfolio: A Literature Review
Stacy Jett Barnes

Professionals in the creative arts are increasingly using e-portfolios on websites to exhibit their work. Although much has been written about how to design an e-portfolio, less is known about designing them specifically for creative professionals. The purpose of this literature review is to examine why an artist needs an e-portfolio, and to give them detailed steps in how to create a very dynamic and creative e-portfolio. To create an e-portfolio the artist needs to determine his or her objective for creating an e-portfolio, choose a website-builder and design a functioning and dynamic website. This process could be intimidating to those artists that lack strong technical skills. Therefore, current literature was reviewed to determine three-step website building process that would benefit non-technically skilled artist who desires to build his or her own e-portfolio.

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