Hi guys, So I am learning to code for the past 1 year. I have made this portfolio website. Please take a look and any feedback and suggestions are much appreciated.
I am yet to make my resume, I literally have no experience as I am a stay-at-home mom for the past five years. I have helped my husband’s business as an occasional technical recruiter, helping with website content, and also created my husband’s first WordPress website which was kind of crappy. Any recommendations on how to compile my resume??
I moved your post over to the #career section since that seemed more appropriate.
I really like your portfolio.
Right now, your get in touch and lastest projects buttons don’t do anything.
I would fix that.
For your real estate app, you should link the actual site.
Not the youtube video.
I don’t think people are going to sit through a youtube video of the app.
Also, when I click on the real estate github page, all I see is a readme.
It wasn’t until I clicked on your other branch where I saw your actual code.
I would remove that extra step and just take them straight to the code.
But your linkedin says you did some freelance work as a ios developer.
You do have some experience.
I wouldn’t discount that.
Here are some helpful articles on how to write an amazing resume.
I will also link Danny Thompson’s Linkedin video.
He talks about how to create a steller profile which can help you get noticed by job recruiters.
Hey there fellow Harrisburger! I like your portfolio, very clean and minimal.
Few nitpicks: the social icons being vertical threw me off. Usually we scan a page from left to right. Having the social icons be vertical with animations being faded in slowly after scrolling down makes my eyes jump around the screen. Try adding them horizontally for a consistent scanning experience.
The other is I’m looking at it on my phone and the second paragraph in About fades in too slowly; the paragraphs merge into each other until the animation completes. Perhaps adjust the transition delay function to help smooth the animation out a little more.