I think you should work a bit towards design in your portfolio demos. I don’t want to sound harsh but I did not like the designs. There are some nifty little things here and there you can do that will make it more appealing. Try to make a point with the demo projects i.e, you can incorporate new trends/implementations of components like nav bars, butttons, etc .
I would say that your portfolio home page is pretty neatly laid out.
I hope these suggestions will help you.
Best of Luck.
Ah okay, that makes more sense I was confused lol. Most of your markup will be divs, it’s the most commonly used tag. I could probably get away with using more HTML5 tags but the only difference it would make would be readability(screen readers and SEO stuff) , nothing more.
You need more diverse projects for your portfolio. I can tell from looking at your portfolio that you know how to make static pages…which is great but try to create some projects that dive into your other skill sets
Also I’ve been told by a friend of a friend that their company only hires people with a tech blog, so maybe consider starting one. The friend said their employer didn’t care about what the tech blogs were about, but rather, they wanted to know that the potential employee lived, ate, and breathed programming
@Heyrio I think you are ready for the job search. However, I would not worry about it so much unless you have no job at all. In the meantime, what you can do is find someone or some company that has a business need and do a project for them. Volunteer to do a project so you can get an idea of what it is like to work with others. If you enjoy Web Development just keep making projects so you get better and better.
The major issue I see is that I do not know what each project is doing which you’ve already outlined on your resume. And also i see you’re more into front end which is fine but clarify that.
I have no major hangups with the design, especially if you’re meant to be a front end developer rather than web designer, however consider describing what each project is doing, the tech stacks used, and also how you intend to expand upon it.
Lastly on your codepen, remove the pen that says “I guess” and make it presentation worthy.
You do have potential, but you need some presentation updates which frankly is very easy.