Almost every time I want to get a color from a webpage, I open the dev tools, select any random element and create a color css attribute, setting it to a random color. After that, I click on the small color square that will toggle the eyedropper tool for me to select that color I wanted to get in the first place.
"But this has nothing to do with your portfolio website!" -let me explain! Every time I put a random color in the attribute, I just press a key to get me any color. This key is most of the time "r", which selects the "rebeccapurple" color. Over time, I started liking this color alot, so, for my n-th portfolio redesign iteration, I wanted to use rebeccapurple as a primary color.
I also wanted to convey an "older" feeling, instead of going for an overly saturated design. Something that would remind old video games maybe? I don't know if I got there, but I am feeling great with the end result.
Without further ado, I would like to have my portfolio website reviewed by our awesome community. Here it is
Would you also like your own portfolio reviewed? I would love to take a look!
PS. I also got my CV to match the design of my portfolio. Check it out here