All your work, together
Say goodbye to web-scattering
What is web-scattering?
As designers in 21st century, web presence has became an absolute necessity for all of us. But this has came with the menace of web-scattering where our work is distributed on various platforms. Projects here, blogs there, publications somewhere else. However, at UNI you can keep all your work at one place. No more dealing with a bunch of links to showcase your work.
Why UNI portfolio?
UNI platform is designed with designers in mind
At UNI, the entire platform is crafted keeping architects and designers in mind. We understand the requirements and the entire experience is curated for the same.
We encourage our curators to identify real life issues which can be solved through design intervention
UNI portfolio is completely free and Ad-free! Users of UNI portfolio gets best of both worlds.
Make your own place
UNI allows you to have your own space where only your work is visible to reader. It’s as good as having your own website
Showcase your projects
A good brief takes 20-30 hrs on an average spread over 3 weeks. However there’s no time limit and you can work at your own pace. We recommend spending a fair share of time doing background research to have strong narrative.
Write down your experiences
We assist in all way along the curation process. From helping you getting started to shaping your ideas to reaching the end goal of launching, we’ve got your back. Whether it is regarding
– Finding suitable site for the problem.
– Creating additional resources.
– Spreading the word
we are there to help you out.
Share your publication
We offer 6% of the registration fee/sponsorship amount to our curators at the end of every quarter as remuneration. In the past curators have earned up to 750 USD as a curator of a single challenge and an average of ~400 USD.
Most frequent questions and answers
Yes you can. Anything uploaded on UNI by you stays your property and you have all rights to share your work on other platform. However in some cases like competition, we advice you not to share your work outside UNI before the results are announced.