|My digital portfolio|
If you haven't tried Canva yet, I recommend you try it. I created the header to this blog and the document above using this free, simple tool. It allows anyone to create professional-looking documents, blog headers, and pin-worthy images.
Canva allows you to upload your own photos and use a lot of free, professional-looking design elements (everything I have used so far was free) and also has premium elements available for only a dollar. Once you finish your design masterpiece, you can send a link to it, save it as a PDF, or save it as an image file.
The only drawback I have found so far is that clickable links do not seem to work on mobile devices, only desktop/laptop machines. That is a very big drawback if you are (like I was) planning to send your portfolio with links to someone who might open it on a phone or tablet and think it didn't work.
The authoring tools are also only available for desktop/laptop machines so far, but that is less of a drawback.
Have you tried Canva? What did you use it for?