Mobile portfolio app takes Moo beyond business cards

As a creative, you’re most likely to get hired for a job off the back of your portfolio of past clients and work. Aimed squarely at this market, Moo — the company better known for their business cards — launched Monogram, a free app that aims to help make portfolios more portable.

Using the app, you can create a series of themed portfolios showing off what you do: screenshots of websites, photos, links to websites and a lot more. Monogram is very easy to use, and is one of the more elegant ad hoc presentation apps I’ve seen.

Creating a presentation is easy and straightforward. In addition to images, you can add text, social profiles, links to websites and more. In the process, you are building a rich portfolio/presentation that looks remarkably slick. It can be shared by e-mail, as well, creating an interactive presentation for your potential customers to peruse at their leisure.“While we love print, we’ve been keen to develop a digital product for our…

Read the entire article from TechCrunch here: Mobile portfolio app takes Moo beyond business cards

 



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