The best way to present your portfolio of work to clients on your iPad.
Portfolio for iPad is a blank slate waiting for your personalization. You can customize its appearance to completely fit your business, giving the appearance of a custom app developed exclusively for you. Lock the interface with a PIN when you’re done and it’s safe for any client meeting without the worry of exposing the management interface underneath.
Whether you’re a photographer showing photos or videos to a bride-to-be, a wedding venue displaying various table setups, a florist giving the choices of different arrangements, a landscaper showing different layouts, or a web designer describing past designs, Portfolio will give that extra bit of polish and professionalism to your presentation.
Customize one of the built-in themes or create one entirely your own to better match Portfolio’s appearance to your brand. Portfolio’s theme creator allows you to completely customize virtually every part of the appearance by interacting directly with it on your iPad. You can change colors, fonts, images, sizes, and many other attributes to fit the look you want.
Finish up by loading in your content through one of many loading sources or sync up Portfolio to a Dropbox folder and you’re ready to go. Portfolio stores all of the content you load in internally, so you’re free to use it with or without an internet connection.
The separate management interface lets you build your galleries with drags and taps. Add images, videos, or PDFs from the iPad’s library, through a list of URLs, via your Dropbox account, or from your Mac and Portfolio will handle the rest. You can then drag and rearrange, tap and rename, or touch twice to remove.
Each gallery gets a preview image as well. Tap on any of the thumbnails within it to pop up a menu, then crop the image how you’d like with pinches and drags, and confirm with a touch.
The viewer offers three viewing modes: full-size only, full-size and thumbnails, or thumbnails only. Double-tap a full-size image or pinch to enter the zoomer. The images are imported at up to 2048x2048 (iPad 1, 2, and Mini) or 4358x4358 (Retina iPads), so you can zoom in and look at the finer details. When you’re done, double-tap again to zoom out.