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20 Websites To Submit Your Design Work

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May 09, 2017

As any photographer, designer, artist or creative knows all too well, gaining the exposure necessary to take your creative business to the next level can be a tall order. You know that your work is awesome, but right now it just isn’t quite reaching the people that really care about it.


There are literally hundreds of diverse places online that accept submissions from designers. From online art magazines and design websites to blogs and Tumblr accounts, deciding where to submit your work can be a little confusing at times.


In this article, we share 20 of the most well received international blogs where you can get published today. This carefully curated list provides you with some of the best platforms where you can showcase your talents and get noticed. If you want to get serious about growing your creative design business then it’s time to get your name out there and showing the world what you are capable of.

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Andrea Dal Soglio

Into the world of creatives

May 08, 2017


Who are you?

I’m a media creator and photography/filmmaker enthusiast born and raised in north Italy.


What got you started into photography?

What brought me into photography was the passion for travel. I always travelled since I was a kid with my family and this passion gives me the need to provide memories in the best possible way, so I choose photography.








How would you qualify your work?

Talking about my trips, my work is quite simple, it is a mix of blogging and reportage about my experiences in which I try to show, in a series of photos, what I’ve seen and what struck me the most. I’m not really good in words, my captions and my “story-teller” side are not the best, so I try to be as good as I can with the visual side.



South Tyrol



What role plays your online portfolio in work journey?

My portfolio plays an important role in my journey, it is my main platform to showcase my work in the best and most professional way. Social Media are important, but in my opinion having a personal website gives you that final touch that every creative should have. I update it pretty often, almost every day I change minor things like one photo, the font or simply the colour of the links. I also try to keep it up-to-date all the time with my latest photos, projects or collaboration.






Your photos are vibrant, what material do you use?

I use a DSLR (Canon 6D) with different lenses (16-35, 50, 100, 70-200) to shoot my photos and sometimes a GoPro to take some underwater shots or some action videos. In my work, what plays an important role is the edit, in which I try to reflect myself or the emotions that those landscapes or streets made me feel at that moment. The photo itself is what I’ve seen, but the edits tell how I felt in front of that view.


Could you describe your workspace, when not on a trip?

Today, you can make your workspace literally everywhere. When I’m not travelling, I keep it really simple, all I need is my laptop, a desk, some hard drives, my headphones and a coffee. These are the essentials for me to feel inspired and create stuff.


Could you share with us an anecdote about one of your photos?

When I photographed a running white Rhino in South Africa, more than an anecdote it’s a real life experience that probably happens once in a lifetime. We were having a game drive in the bush when we stopped and we walked slowly to a White Rhino (they have a really bad sight), he suddenly started to run and the ground literally started to shake, I had my camera ready and this was the shot that iI took. 



South Africa



You have travelled a lot, what's your best journey so far?

I really fell in love with Asia, especially Hong Kong. I found myself like a kid in Disneyland, every single corner has something to offer, to show, to tell, and it’s not something you find easily. In that city, I found everything new, everything interesting but the thing that I liked the most was the great contrast between nature and city side, although people think urban density is the only thing you can find in Hong Kong, well it’s not true, few bus stops away from the centre you can get this view.




Hong Kong



It’s safe to say anyway that Hong Kong has one of the best cityscapes in the world, so I’d pick up “the peak” as one of the best location to shoot and enjoy a surreal view. This said, I really have to mention that every single trip I’ve done was something beautiful and unique that I will remember for the rest of my life.



What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I like Portfoliobox because it is really easy to use, very intuitive and the optimisation of the content for different browsers works really well. Also, the number of pages and photos to upload is really high, which is really important to me. Another thing is definitely the value for money and the new App for smartphone, that makes all the little changes so easy and quick to do. I’m happy with the product in all the different aspects. 


Andrea Dal Soglio | Photographer & Videographer
Website: www.andreadalsoglio.com
Instagram: @andreknot
Youtube: @Andreknot08

Don't miss the new site width feature!


May 08, 2017


Introducing the new site width feature: you can now change the width of your website, allowing you to zero out the side margins. Nice, right? Find it under Layout.


Please note that depending on the type of layout you choose (wide, centered, left or bottom), this feature will affect your website differently. No margins, for example, will only occur if you have chosen a wide layout.

Pierre Lafourcade

Portfolio of the day

May 04, 2017


Who are you?

I am a graphic designer and illustrator based in Bordeaux, France. Illustration is omnipresent in my work as a graphic designer. I work in partnership with cultural institutions as well as with the local underground music scene and with micro edition (fanzines, linocut, etc.). 

I'm very inspired by underground comics, black and white. Music, especially punk rock and 80/90's pop-culture, greatly influences my work. The classic and fantasy 19th-century engraving also have a significant importance in my creations.


What is your next creative project?

My next project is about the theatrical season's program of Mimizan, a small town in the south-west of France.


What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Portfoliobox is very intuitive, complete and fully dedicated to showcasing visual and graphic project which makes it a perfect tool for me.

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Misha Czumaczenko

Portfolio of the day

May 03, 2017


Who are you?

My name is Misha Czumaczenko. I am a mature woman in her 20's. I am a Ukrainian immigrant living in Poland since the 90's. I am a professional model, dancer and supporting artist mostly known for participating in Poland's Next Top Model in 2014 and my appearance on the cover of CKM magazine in November 2015, although I did plenty of other more creative projects. For example, I have been a part of Penny Arcade's dance troup during her 'Bitch! Dyke! Faghag! Whore!' show performed in Poland in 2015. 


My work exercises my brain and intensifies my creativity, feeds my soul, but unfortunately doesn't pay me enough to live on contentedly such that I'm not stressing about money all the time. Sadly, my choice of career does not love me as much as I love it. 


What is your next creative project?

I am planning on collaborating with CYBERCORPSE during creation of a music video for one of his tracks. Soon I would like to add new sections to my Portfoliobox website and one of them should contain some interesting videos. 


What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I like that I can easily create my own website without having to learn any coding and Portfoliobox has exactly what I need to make it look the way I want. It's one of the best and easiest ways to starting your first website. 

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Phi-Hung Le-Vu

Portfolio of the day

May 02, 2017


Who are you?

I am a commercial fashion photographer from Australia. I picked up my first camera when I was 12 (no joke) and haven't put one down since. Throughout high school I experienced with all sorts of digital and film cameras, but now I mostly use digital. I like to control what I capture and like to see what they look like. I have a fear when I use film, that all the images on the roll turn out black. 


I like to describe my work as a tasteful way of showing beautiful women. There are some other photographer's works out there that looks quite tacky, but I try to focus more on the form and elegance that the women hold. From the smooth shiny skin to the way they pose themselves. I also try and get to know the models so that there's a certain energy that they can give yet also feeling comfortable in front of the camera. 


What is your next creative project?

Next creative project is still in the making, so I don't really want to disclose what it is just yet. But I'm extremely excited about it and cannot wait to be able to actually start on it. It's very different to what I'm doing now so it's actually going to be quite out of my comfort zone. 


What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Portfoliobox is pretty much the most amazing and easiest portfolio website I have ever come across. It's simple and so neat. Cannot believe how easy it is to upload my work and still have a professional looking book. I must admit that it presents my work so much better than any other website creator out there. 

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