|Game Career Seminar: Transitioning into Community Management: Transferrable Skills to Build Your Portfolio
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|Game Career Seminar
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|A portfolio can appear in many ways depending on the discipline of the professional it represents. Game Designers will include GDDs (Game Design Documentation) and games they've worked on or made in the past. Artists use visual portfolios to showcase their proficiency in different styles and mediums. So why would a Community Manager need one? I mean, let's be real here, you don't need one per se, but there are a few reasons why it would be beneficial to add one to your arsenal. Today I'll be breaking down why it's important to have one, where you can host your shiny new portfolio, and the sheer amount of transferrable skills you can include that will make you stand out from the crowd.