Product and processes of portfolios
Posted July 28, 2015on:
You can read all you want about e-portfolios and how they are important for study and for work. But I offer a visual and aural treat instead.
This was a video by Richard Dunn who was stranded in an airport last year. Instead of complaining, he decided to use the time to create a video while lip-syncing All By Myself.
The final product was laugh-out-loud hilarious and completed with just an iPhone. Dunn also shared his process, warts and all, in the video below.
Portfolios of work should also be open for critique. Dunn was not outdone when asked to defend his claim that he did all the work himself.
As a bonus, he got to meet Celine Dion herself.
Very few of us are going to meet a celebrity as a result of sharing portfolio artefacts online. But all of us should not just share the products. We should also provide insights to the processes behind the products and be open to the scrutiny that follows.