Receiving orders for work from clients and assign them to freelancers. But, I am not from IT business but administration.

  • Hi Omaruko, welcome to Freelancing.SE! I am having a hard time understanding what your question is that you are asking. Can you edit to clearly mark a question you need answered? For more information, please refer to How to Ask. Thanks!
    – Canadian Luke
    Aug 14 '17 at 17:15

As admin, it is unlikely that you will have a portfolio. Instead, you should create a solid CV and present this when asked for details about previous work.

In addition, speak to your current/previous employers and ask if they would be happy to write you a reference, or a recommendation on linkedin.

  • Thank you for reaching me out. The reason why I have asked you for the following reason. 1.I would not make a permanent contract prospective clients. Therefore, the portfolio is preferable than CV, I think. 2.Here is the example of the portfolio , which is the person who has not related the web, or rather he/she is an admin. Awaiting for your further comments or suggestions. Aug 14 '17 at 2:25
  • Sorry, I forgot to put the URL. workshift-sol.com/users/view/15354 Aug 14 '17 at 2:34

A portfolio can give you an idea of the quality and style of a freelance designer. witch can be a helpful tool to made decisions (witch work, witch frelancer). But if you don't have a background or experience in design it will be pretty useless.

I never find much use in a portfolio from a developer/programer because a portfolio is more visual and development have many relevant background aspects that a portfolio can show.

  • Thank you for reaching me out. Please refer to my comment as I have replied for Mr. John HC. Aug 14 '17 at 2:28

If you can get reference letters from previous customers/clients I would add to your portfolio page words such as " On specific request, if required during negotiations, we can present letters of recommendation from past and present clients."

PS what is "&amp" mistype in the English text.

  • I doubt why reference letters have anything to do with my question.Your reply is off the point. Aug 15 '17 at 2:32

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