New Web Service Makes Art Portfolio Sharing a Lot Easier for High School Students

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Preparing a portfolio for college applications has been a major challenge for many art and design students. Scriptbots LLC is redefining this process with their new online portfolio sharing service.

It is that time of year again, when approximately 260,000 aspiring art and design students begin filling out college applications. The art or design school application process can be painful and drawn-out due to the task of preparing a portfolio. Many students find themselves perfecting their portfolio for days, just to make sure every school they apply to can view it.

Current art and design undergraduates have commented on their application experience, expressing the following as common problems:

  •     Lost or damaged CDs/DVDs
  •     Sending and resending compressed emails
  •     Reformatting a portfolio so it opens on a school’s computer
  •     Spending hundreds of dollars on a professional website to feature their portfolio
  •     Posting work to an unprofessional looking website filled with ads

With so many widespread issues, wouldn’t it be nice if a student could maintain a portfolio from one location? Students are given the ability to do just that by using Scriptbots LLC to create a virtual gallery of their work.

Users of Scriptbots LLC will benefit from a simple, clean, and ad-free site. Creating an account and uploading music, images, and videos can be done in less than half an hour.

Scriptbots LLC caters to students who have limited computer knowledge by featuring an intuitive uploading and sharing process. The site even includes a Video FAQ for further explanation.

Bundled with amazing tech support and a brilliant password protection feature, Scriptbots LLC is ready to assist art and design students with their portfolio sharing needs.

“We want to give art and design students a place that is academically oriented for them to share their work,” said co-founder Richard Pruitt. “Our site is ad free because we want schools to focus only on the student’s work in front of them.”

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