The completed project is what it's all about. Although architectural artifacts such as process flows, sitemaps, and wireframes all play an important part in getting to this point, once color hits the screen and the project begins to emerge from wireframe-land... Well, that's when the excitement really begins.
Given the number of people who contribute to a large-scale corporate product, it seems a bit unfair to show a gallery of "my" completed projects. Business analysts, project managers, developers, testers, and (of course!) graphic artists all participate in creating and defining the nature of every large project.
But as the user experience architect, it's up to me to work with all these people to guide and shape the look and feel of the final product. So, my thanks to all those who helped complete "my" projects—now go out and get your own portfolio!