A well-placed photo gallery does wonders to demonstrate your work. Collect images and videos of your work: simple digital camera pics or even scans of hard copies will be effective. Take some time to edit your display collection into specific categories, such as color, industry, or topical area. Choose the best samples, and display them proudly.
Place your images in a photo gallery section with the ability for the user to click-through to larger versions, if available. You may use your web statistics to review which galleries web visitors navigate to most often: place those popular galleries at a higher level or highlight them on your homepage.
If your company allows it or it fits your mission, also consider adding an “upload your own” section for website visitors. These may be informal sections such as “viewer suggestions” or “post a solution” to solicit your website visitors’ creative process. You’ll want a way to easily delete potentially negative images if you offer a public section like this.
Before and after photos tend to be very popular with your web visitors. Professional organizers, interior decorators, and landscapers use this function to very good effect on their websites. Also consider product demonstrations, wrap-around views, schematics, randomized images, or rotating views to enhance your gallery.
Some tools to help organize your photos include Flickr or MPix or Google Photos. If you’d like to put your photos onto read more...