A Room with One Head vs. a Room with Fifty Heads

Building a portfolio website is hard.

It’s even harder when you’re stuck in a room all by yourself and have nobody tell you what might help make it better before you start using it everywhere. 

The Habit Factory is back (and we’ve rebranded!). Our most beloved workshop for design students all over the world is open for registration.

In our portfolio-building workshop, we don’t tell you how to build the best portfolio (because you can just google that). Instead, we guide you into finding who you are as a designer. We help you show off your strongest qualities as a creative professional. You’ll also be surrounded by a (virtual) network of other designers just like you. 

If you’re reading this, you’re likely somebody we’d love to have on board. Go check out our workshop details here https://www.thehabitfactory.space/portfolio-campfire and join our upcoming cohort this October. 

Finding yourself isn’t a piece of cake, but those who have gone through our workshop tell us that it’s well worth it. Hope to see you there.

PS. It would also help if you shared this workshop with 2 other friends. If you aren’t able to join our workshop but want to in the future, just sign up for our newsletter to get updated on when new cohorts come up.

What If You Could Start?

Starting something and thinking about starting something are 2 entirely different things.

The first one requires action and progress, while the second one is a thought.

If you were given the environment to start, would you finally do it?

The Portfolio Campfire is back for those who need to work on a portfolio website.

It’s 14 days long, and you’ll be putting your thoughts into action with a group of other creatives just like you.

We’re running it for the 4th time (in a row!), and we’re excited to see everyone start making real progress. 

Join us for our June cohort here: https://www.thehabitfactory.space/portfolio-campfire-1

Why Some Things Are Better in Groups

Sure we can all do our work separately, alone, in our own rooms at home with nobody from the outside checking in. Not everybody needs an extra external motivator.

Maybe it’s not for everybody, but external motivators was part of the magic of sitting in an office with others.

The benefits of working in a space where other people are involved doing similar or related work is that you can get feedback, new ideas, more possibility, and competition to do better.

Creative work works better when shared.

Working on your portfolio or a new website should be a collaborative process, one where your work gets seen and critiqued by others who can make it better.

With that said, it’s portfolio season. Luckily for you, the Habit Factory is launching a new initiative, and it’s called the Portfolio Campfire. If you’re looking to land new clients or new jobs, you need a way to stand out amongst the others. Consider joining us this January 25th. 

It’s a 14 day journey, and it’s a chance to share your work and talk about what matters as a creative.

Registration starts now and we hope you can join us https://www.thehabitfactory.space/