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Tips for making a professional impression
Updated: 2013-03-04 13:16:44.0 CST Category: Binders and Albums
Whether you are a photographer, artist, graphic designer or another type of visual art professional, you know how important it is to make a good first impression when presenting your work, whether to a client or potential employer. One of the best tools for presenting your work is in an album, binder or portfolio. Here are some of the best archival products for making the most professional first impression possible.
Archival binders that protect and present
The Accent Album is one great option if you are looking for a stylish, professional presentation that you can take on the go. This album has an integral tray that holds your work. The wrap-around edges have flap-style magnetic closures so the portfolio securely fastens but is also easy to open. Each of your documents can be securely tucked into the 10 high-clarity, polyester pages.
Label your work
The Adhesive Back Vinyl Labels are a perfect option for labeling professional works. With standardized sizes, you can be sure your presentation, no matter how many binders and portfolios you have, looks streamlined. This archival product comes with 20 label holders. You can choose from four different sizes to find the one that best fits your archival boxes, binders, albums and other products.
Include your multimedia
You can protect and professionally display these materials when you buy Eight Pocket CD Pages. These fit perfectly inside Binder Boxes, and are made from clear polypropylene, which will protect the disks during storage and presentation.
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