seems like that would be more than enough.... "web master" is a term that seems almost meaningless to me. What does it mean? I would look at the job bullet points, keep those in mind as you are developing your "portfolio." When you get an interview, then you can use the portfolio as a jumping off place to show what a kickass "webmaster" you are. If you design front-ends, IMO it's a good idea to keep a library of screenshots, since websites don't live forever. Erika Chris Ditty wrote: > I need to make a portfolio for a job application. I have never needed > to make one in the past and don't know what I should really include in > it. > > This is what I was thinking about including. > Screenshots > blurbs on each site > bullet points on what I do for each site. > > Any other suggestions? This is for a web master position and not for > developing or programming per-say.