Talent Profiles Have a New Look

Anne Joldersma | December 18, 2019

Talent Profile Redesign

Clients are busy folks and we wanted to make it easier for them to easily scan and digest the most important parts of your public profile.  By standardizing content into readable, bite-sized chunks, it’s easier for them to make that decision to invite you to their next job.

As we head into a new year, we’re excited to show you a new design! 

In this article

  1. What’s Changed Exactly?
  2. What’s Not Changing?
  3. What Does This Mean For You? 
  4. Need to Learn More?

What’s Changed Exactly?

We’ve combined the current three tab – bio, demos, reviews – into a single profile page making it easier for clients to scan your best features in one spot.

Your main profile now has three demos (instead of one) displayed to potential clients. You now have more opportunity to show off your work directly on your profile page.

Talent profile 3 demos

We’re now showing your timezone and changing how your vacation is displayed so that clients can easily see if you fit their needs for the job. We’ve also added this section as a ‘sticky’ header which means it follows the user as they scroll down the page. The important ‘invite to job’ never gets lost this way. You’ll see this new header design on the full demo list and reviews pages.

talent redesign header

Information will be more bite-sized and consistent across profiles, making it easier to scan. For longer descriptions, clients can always ‘read more’ to expand.

What’s Not Changing?

Even though we’ve changed the design, we’re not removing any fields that currently exist or adding any new functionality. There will be no changes to how search results work!

What Does This Mean For You? 

We encourage you to check out your new design now that you know what’s changed.

Specifically, you may want to:

  • Make sure that your demos show in the order you want, now that we show three on your main profile. (Don’t have three samples of your voice? Not to worry! Click here for sample scripts and how to upload your voice samples to your profile https://www.voices.com/blog/video-add-demos-voice-actor-profile/.)
  • Ensure your public address is up to date. (We can invite you to jobs in your city if we know where you’re located.)
  • Double check your time-zone 
  • Make sure you have a great profile photo 
  • Since content is more bite-sized, make sure that your descriptions lead with your best content.

Need to Learn More?

We have created a video walk-through of your new profile design that you can view on YouTube.

Hope you like your new look! Let’s start off 2020 with the best foot forward.

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  • Avatar for Mannu
    January 9, 2020, 12:24 pm

    Please give me some child scripts .

  • Avatar for Atsede (Mimi) Assefa
    Atsede (Mimi) Assefa
    February 24, 2020, 8:05 am

    Dear Voices.com,
    I would be interested in auditioning for voice-over jobs but wanted to check a couple of things before proceeding. I am a self employed Brit living in East Africa and have access to wifi services from home so no problem in uploading voice over work from my side. If successful, I would wish any payment due to me to be paid into my UK account so my question is, would my location pose a problem from your side?

    Looking forward to hearing from you,

    Yours Sincerely

    Atsede (Mimi) Assefa

    • Avatar for oliver
      February 25, 2020, 2:34 pm

      Hi Atsede,

      Good question, and thanks for your interest in signing up and auditioning for voice over jobs! Voices uses PayPal, so as long you’re able to link your PayPal account to your UK bank account, then you shouldn’t have any problem getting your funds delivered to that account. You can read more about getting paid on our Talent FAQ page.

      Happy auditioning!