I left my portfolio unfinished, so it’s my last project before getting the front-end certificate.
Portfolio Paolo Di Bello
I don’t care if you’re a beginner as well, a helping hand is always appreciated.
I was thinking about adding bootstrap tooltips on each programming language to give more detail about how I’ve learned them and how good I know them. I wanted to create something different from the usual portfolio (I don’t know it is a good idea after all the effort I put into it).
The code is so messy but at least I have an idea of how I want my website to look like (not sure about that though). I’ll probably re-write it using a different framework. I really need a feedback from you guys, it feels like I’ve messed everything up because I wanted to do it my way and there are a bunch of bad practices in the code.
The page I’ve been working on the most is the one in which I show my projects, I could have just put some images of the projects and by clicking one of them they would been redirected to the pen. But what if they also wanted to get more info about the project? In the projects page, I describe what each website is about and I’ll also be giving them details about what I’ve learned from the project.
I could still possibly add the images on the homepage and if they wanted more details they would be redirected to the projects page.
In another section, I’ll be also explaining why I didn’t include all the projects I’ve made in all the programming languages and framework I know.
I’ll also have to redo some projects I’ve been doing as a beginner, they look really bad especially if they weren’t copied (I don’t mean copy and paste) from someone else.
More projects coming soon.
Both feedback about the design and the code are welcome.
I know I don’t deserve the front-end certificate but I am working my way out to deserve it, hopefully, I’ll get good enough someday.
It’s been 2 weeks since the last time and my project still doesn’t look that good.
Ok, I should stop comparing my project with the ones of the others SMH.