For a professional illustrators it is essential to have a portfolio on the web to show their work, transmit professionalism and get new orders and clients. However, to design it, it is necessary to have technical knowledge on the web, or to have the financial muscle to hire a third party to develop a customized project. The vast majority of illustrators and artists do not have one thing or another, and to have a web presence ends up using simple and free services such as Blogger or Flicker, or specialized social networks such as Behance or Domestika. These sites make their work visible on the internet and can create some opportunities, but they are not good options to build a personal brand, differentiate themselves from the competition and reach truly important clients and orders.
Drawfolio solves this problem with a web platform that allows the illustrator to build a professional portfolio website in a few minutes, and evolve it without depending on anyone. In a simple and intuitive way, the user chooses and personalizes several designs where his/her works are the main focus. They also adapt to all types of devices (desktop, tablet or mobile).
The business model of Drawfolio is the subscription, which includes a domain .com or .es, 1GB for customer images, access to all designs with advanced customization and additional functions such as statistics or contact management. You can also incorporate e-commerce functions with an additional monthly fee.
It currently has more than 7500 registered users, with 3% in the payment plan. Its clients are located in Spain, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Costa Rica, USA, France, UK, Germany, Russia and the United Arab Emirates, among other countries.