My current employer had me sign a non-disclosure agreement when I first started working for them. A majority of the work I've done has been client-based so it totally makes sense.
However, now that I'm looking for a new gig and trying to update my portfolio, I'm finding it difficult to round it out with more substantial projects (My current portfolio has a lot of personal/just-for-fun type of work.) What are the best-practices for showing NDA protected work to potential employers?
Some suggestions that I've heard from family/friends:
Keep portfolio, but show potential employers your NDA work from your laptop during in-person interviews.
Password protect your portfolio (Not a fan of this option because I feel like it might shut out a lot of people that are curious about my work.)