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Developer Portfolios as Inspiration ✨

Firangiz Ganbarli on December 23, 2020

Developer portfolios are extremely entertaining, inspirational and motivational to explore. I have been debating creating my own for a while, and h...
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Dinesh Balaji

Checkout mine: dineshbalaji.in. I was inspired by many of these to build my own.. :D

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE FISH 🐟 You have done a great job, definitely adding this into my list. One suggestion though, make the icon on right-hand corner bigger or add text so that viewer can know it isn't just a logo or something. I accidentally found that you have more pages there 😅 Other than great, amazing!

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks mate for the feedback. Much appreciated.. :)

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ghana

I always want to build a site like that but I don't know what technologies to use.
Can you make a post on how you did that website or a github link of that website code.
Awesome website from fellow 🇮🇳,
Thanks

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks mate. I have written a post on that: dev.to/sidthesloth92/story-of-how-... . You can find the repo here: github.com/sidthesloth92/db-portfolio . Do drop a star if you like it.. :)

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MiguelMJ

I'm amazed that it is totally responsive. I didn't expect it to look so well on a mobile phone!

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Gil Fewster

Yeah, I had the same thought. Really great to see a site using fancy effects and animations that still works (and works well) on a mobile device.

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks mate.. :)

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks, man. Responsiveness was one thing I wanted to ensure was there. We live in a mobile world pretty much these days.. :)

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Leonardo Toccaceli

This is somenthing REALLY impressive. I'm amazed and inspired. Could you share the stack and the tech used to get the animations? Thanks!

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

He has made a post about it on the website if you go to Posts. The first one is about how he developed it, I think

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Leonardo Toccaceli

Oh, great! Thanks for the info!

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Gil Fewster

Very nice work, Dinesh.

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks mate.. :)

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Viper

It is looking so awesome on phone.

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks Mate.. :)

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GidoSkales

Bravo... Still the best so far

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks mate...:)

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Lawal Folarin

Wow, I'm following you for this

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks man. Really appreciate it.. :)

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BerlinKoche

looks realy cool

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks mate.. :)

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Chandu J S

Wow..!! This is awesome! Nice color combo and cool animations.
And I'm seeing a horizontal scrollbar in Firefox.

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Dinesh Balaji

Thank man.. :) Will fix that.. :)

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Rahul Sarma

Stunning design.

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Dinesh Balaji

Thank You.. :)

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Otu Michael

this is sick.. I like the colors and how they blend with the animation..

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Dinesh Balaji

Thanks mate.. :)

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The Man

This looks really good Dinesh

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Blessing Hirwa

This is crazy dude. Is it public?

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Blessing Hirwa

Can you share the github repo? I want to improve mine also

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Blessing Hirwa

Thanks a bunch

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Chandu J S • Edited

Awesome list!
I made mine a while ago. Have a look.
chandujs.dev

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

The color combination and the layout is amazing. I think it manages to highlight your work and achievements well! Thank you for sharing:)

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Chandu J S

Thanks 🙂

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Dinesh Balaji

The colors are great. The site looks well rounded..:D

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Chandu J S

Thank you! 😌

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Gedalya Krycer

Nice job, great use of color, and pinning elements to the sides of the screen.

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Chandu J S

Thank you! I love this community. You guys made my day. ☺️

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Otu Michael

very simple my friend.. very simple.

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Chandu J S

Thank you so much! 🙃

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José Coelho • Edited

I made a personal website when I was job hunting. It’s open source and easily customizable with your own information, just fork and update the resume.json.

Have a look 😊
jcoelho93.netlify.com
github.com/jcoelho93/personal-website

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I like your website! One think that I noticed is that it moves from a dark color combinations to light very quickly. (And the green being so bright doesn't help the eyes either 😅) I really liked the structure of listing your experiences and will probably use that for mine, too! Thank you for sharing 😊

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MiguelMJ

I liked it! Pretty straightforward.

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Gedalya Krycer

Good work, love seeing more Bulma sites! I really enjoy using that framework as well. :)

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Pt. Prashant tripathi

Check out mine and give some feedback

ptprashanttripathi.github.io

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I really liked the "card" like structure of the way you introduced yourself on the website! I can't really add on, except maybe try adding more images to the background unless simplicity is what you want to achieve. I really like the "vibe" first image creates and would probably continue adding images of similar color combination for the whole website. 😊

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MiguelMJ

I totally agree.

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Viper

Really loved your portfolio and appreciate all those works. Just some typo in Poet section Poerty instead of Poetry . And your link to interest isnot working.

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Pt. Prashant tripathi • Edited

Thanks brother, silly misteak 😁

Which link is not working can you please dm me

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Otu Michael

I don't know what to say but it is awesome..

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pena56

Amazing list..
Check out mine

moses-o.web.app/

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Allison Walker

It depends on what your goals are for your portfolio, but I think it's direct and includes what it needs to and not much unnecessary information.

What I like about your project section is that you describe what the project was, the language you used, and what you learned. However, spend some time checking that the spelling and grammar is correct, that the punctuation is correct, that there are upper/lower case letters where they should be.

I also recommend increasing the font size a bit, and perhaps switching the body copy to perhaps something less stylized. Maybe Open Sans, but try it out.

Lastly, I would check out the different sizes of your portfolio on very large or very small screens. Is the experience what you want it to be? You're described yourself as a 'design oriented' developer. This should be reflected in your website.

I'm giving this feedback because overall I like what you've done. These are small tweaks to help make it even better.

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pena56

Wow.. thanks alot .. I really appreciate the detailed feedback.. you are right... This was kind of a rushed project... I will put all the concerns you raised into consideration when reworking the site...
Once again thanks

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Hi! I like the overall look and feel of the website, but agree with Miguel that some animations are distracting (and unnecessary). For example, I feel like the animation on about you text (Hello...) should not be there, since a viewer has to wait and see what it is gonna show up. But, animation on your projects is awesome since it happens quickly and comes as I scroll down! Overall, great job. Thank you for sharing:)

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pena56

Thanks for the feedback... Will definitely put that into consideration in the version 2.0

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MiguelMJ

I like it but I find all the animations a bit distracting. Anyways, good job.

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pena56

Thanks for the feedback

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Gedalya Krycer

Found this very inspiring, especially seeing everyone's portfolios in the comment section. :)

This is my current React.js portfolio site, with GSAP 3 animations. gedalyakrycer.com/

My plan is to re-structure it in the new year and link it up to dev.to's REST API, similar idea to José Coelho's site.

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Allison Walker

Very ambitious but done well. What were your goals in putting together the site?

It almost looks like you have more design projects than developer projects. On the design site, why did you choose to not have the featured project be the project that opens when you land on the site? It's featured, but not featured.... Also, why did you decide to put the design website on a sub-domain?

I also noticed that the resume needs to be downloaded. There's so much else going on, yet it seems kind of old-school to have to download the PDF.

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Gedalya Krycer

Thanks for the questions, they are really good ones! And I’ll be referring back to them as I go through an upcoming redesign. :)

Original Goal: To make a React website in one week for my bootcamp homework, but something strong enough to show employers.

Ongoing Goal: As I learn new things (animations, filtering skill section, etc) incrementally add them to the site as a quick testing ground.

2021 Goal: Rebuild site to be more logically structured, feature more dev projects and support my dev.to blog.

The design website is actually my old Adobe powered design portfolio site. That is why it is on a sub domain because it is powered by a different platform. (Great catch btw.)

(I was a designer for 5 years before starting development this year.)

I definitely want to bring over the design projects into my React site in the future and structure them in a better way.

Up until this time my motivation has been speed and experimentation over targeted deep user experience. But future plans will switch that, as I’m thinking more of what types of jobs I want to go for.

PDF I will probably still keep as an option, will likely upgrade my About page to reflect more of its information.

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Allison Walker

My comment about the PDF is specifically about downloading it. When I click on it, it prompts me to download vs viewing it on another tab. That seems kind of out of place, in context with the rest of the site.

I've been curious when looking at different portfolios to know how well they serve their creators when it comes to job hunting. I hope your goals/changes work out for you.

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Gedalya Krycer

Ah ok, makes sense now about the PDF. I think it depends on the device. On my phone in safari and chrome it opens in a new tab. On desktop it does indeed download.

Good luck on your research! And thank you for the well wishes.

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I really liked that it is a minimalistic website, but still has nice animations and features that surprises. The way you show your previous work is very pretty, in my opinion. Thank you for sharing!

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Justin Juno

I just revamped my personal site. Content is still little sparse for the blog/ playground, but I'll be adding to it weekly. Feel free to check it out: justinjuno.dev 🔥🔥🔥

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I like the look of it, and it looks solid. I like the sandbox as well, but I am curious about why don't you showcase more of your projects or have a separate page for it?

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Justin Juno

Appreciate the kind words and great question!

As a father of twins and full-time engineer, larger projects simply aren't feasible. As the time I'd spend building and then maintaining a project, would cut into the time I've set aside for family or my own personal study/ growth.

Using sandboxes (and a blog), I can still demonstrate my abilities as a developer, but focus on specific gaps in knowledge and output more work/ content. However, this approach isn't for everyone. I'm fortunate in that I already have professional experience under my belt and can talk to that work/ my contributions on previous projects, teams, etc.

Hope this helps clears things up!

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Allison Walker • Edited

I did some research into portfolios, so it's very interesting to view these in that context. Overall, I think it's important to have a goal in mind for what you want your portfolio to accomplish. Is it to help you find work, or just a playground for your ideas? Maybe it's a requirement for school. It can be easy to get discouraged by other designs if you don't have a goal.

And while I do think these are all very interesting portfolios, there's still room for improvement on some of them. A few of them have 404 Page Not Found links for their projects. One of them I had to quit because it didn't load fast enough. I'm overall not a fan of sound on websites that cannot be turned off. And overall, just checking spelling and grammar is also important.

I also think those charts where people rank their own skills and abilities should not ever be included on resumes, portfolios, etc....

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Oh, thank you for your perspective on the matter. I wasn't aware of the 404 Page Not Found links. I completely agree on the last point though. I really don't think the words "expert" or the level of proficiency should appear anywhere, and some developers go as far as ranking them (out of stars/points) and it just generates more confusion than clarity.

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Allison Walker

I found the links because I was purposely clicking around looking for stuff like that.... These types of round ups are helpful. It's good to know what you like and what you don't like. It's interesting that developers create portfolios in the first place. I figured most people would rely on github.

(And of course I have a typo in my comment [which I've edited out], LOL! :D

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Matthew Palmer

I created mine to test my knowledge in pure CSS and JavaScript. I'm pretty proud of it!

matthewonrails.com

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

You did a great job! It looks amazing and as Gedalya said, the glows are great. One thing I suggest is to have a little more space between the text used in Project descriptions and Contact form to make it more easy to read. Thank you for sharing!

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Gedalya Krycer

Nice job, I like the little glow on the burger menu icon. :)

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Matthew Palmer

Thank you, Gedalya! 😁

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Christian Kaisermann

Loved these portfolios!

Here's mine: Kaisermann.me 😳

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I like this one! Very unique and different. It is clear within a moment that you worked really hard on this one (especially the space mode). Great work!

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Sheila Gomes

Love your portfolio, very creative!

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Mark Smith

I just created my portfolio last week, it’s not as fancy as lots of the ones in this article, but then again I’m mostly a backend NodeJS dev at the minute. Text focused sites are cool too :)

Portfolio: Freelance Web developer, Consultant and Automation Engineer

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Absolutely, yours is great too. It is very hard to make a fancy portfolio, it takes lots and lots of practice. Your portfolio is the proof that text-focused portfolios work, too! Thank you for sharing:)

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Otu Michael

I am back-end developer with little or no front-end skill.. How do I stand out as the front-end developers do, without design.

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Daniel Einars

As a front-end dev, having spent my off hours designing my own portfolio website, I'd recommend buying a good design. There's so much to keep in mind when designing that I regret not having done that. It's not that expensive for a few pages (about me/previous work/contact/blog/homepage).

The fancy portfolio designs are for frontend Devs to showcase their skills as designers and implementors. Your main goal is to highlight your experience, previous work and a quick and easy way to reach you. With that in mind I'd reckon it's easier to pay a designer for a individualised way to present these, than it is for you to create one. You can still gather a ton of front-end experience by implementing it.

Hope it helps!

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Samsky

I disagree with you Daniel,
if you're frontend developer then it's a chance for you to be good at designing and by that practicing on your website. on the other hand if you're backend then I can understand. us frontend devs always work the layouts and UI's so it should be fun.

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I agree with Daniel, and also want to add that, if you are not that good at front-end, you have a few options. You can find templates online and customize however you can. Another option would be to keep it simple on the design and front-end. I have seen many portfolios that are just one page, with links to social media and GitHub accounts (or projects). Although I doubt the use of a one page website like that, it can work.

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Allison Walker

The more you include in your design, there more there is to criticize.

Go for simplicity over complexity. Focus on responsiveness, accessibility, and performance optimization.

The main thing is to decide what you want your portfolio to accomplish. Why are you making a portfolio?

I also recommend you look around. These are just a handful of examples. There's a really wide breadth of portfolio styles. It's important to know what you like as well as what you don't.

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Vladimir

Awesome list, thanks!
Btw, here is mine
vlivanov.space/

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I love your portfolio! I think it would be better if you made the project images look smaller and not full page, but nevertheless, it looks awesome.

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Vladimir

Thank you for your kind feedback :)

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MiguelMJ

I hope I'm not too late, here's mine. I'm not a designer, so any criticism is welcome!

miguelmj.github.io

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

It is simple and nice. I don't know if I am the only one, but the animation at the bottom of the page kept me waiting for something. 😅 Other than that, the website seems nice, but you can experiment with some animations if you want it to be less empty (the about page).

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MiguelMJ

Oh, I didn't realize that animation looked like a loading animation! I will have to change that. Thanks a lot for your feedback, is very appreciated! ❤️ ❤️ ❤️

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Ashley Sheridan

One thing I might add, which isn't about the portfolio websites themselves but about this article. The text of each portfolio link is just "portfolio". That's basically the same as "click here" links which we all know now are to be avoided! If I may offer a suggestion instead, you could change what text the links wrap to give better context, so for example, the links could be something like:

  • Bruno Simon has an extremely entertaining portfolio
  • Robby has received many awards for his CSS art, and his portfolio website
  • Matt is a designer, front-end developer and a mentor
  • etc

It might need some small tweaks to the copy, but you'll have a more accessible experience at the end of it

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

That is a very helpful tip for this article's accessibility! I can't thank you enough for it, I edited them now. Hopefully, it is much more accessible now.

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I like the colors but they don't seem to match each other. But your projects are presented beautifully:)

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Imagineee • Edited

thanks for the feedback, I'll fix that

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Imagineee

thanks for the feedback

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fabianrubio

Awesome list!
Check out mine
fabianrubio.dev/

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I think it looks like a resume website, and if that's what you intended, it's great! But it would be much better if you put 2 or 3 project examples, with a link to source code.

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Maulik

Agree with you

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fabianrubio

Thanks mate for the feedback. Much appreciated.. :)

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Cécile Fécherolle

Checkout mine if you have some time! :) cecile.dev
I was also inspired by minimalistic designs and heavy use of vector images to design it.

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Looks great! Why don't you update your blog/write more? Your projects are nice:)

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Cécile Fécherolle

Thanks a lot for your feedback!
You're right, I should write more, life got in the way for a few months but I could definitely get back to it now :)

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Szabo Gergely

I’ve just finished mine. Check it out:
szabogergely.com

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Very creative and impressive! I like the thought and hard work that went behind this. If you want to spice it up more, you can try having a toggle switch for light mode, too!

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Szabo Gergely

Thanks!
Color theming sounds a good idea, and it wouldn't be hard to implement!

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Anthony M.

Mine is simple but I love tinkering with it: anthonymorris.dev

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

This is the most functional simple website I have seen until now. You have got nice projects and pages on your website that a lot of people can learn from! And I think your projects are pretty visible, and the design itself is sick. No suggestions really! Great work, keep it up:)

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Anthony M.

Thanks Firangiz! I appreciate it. I'm constantly fiddling with it, so it's a labour of love. It's been a lot of fun having my own digital garden to tend.

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johannchopin

Less impressive than this list but I also spend some time on mine: cv.johannchopin.fr/

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Really impressive, actually. My personal opinion is that ranking your skills is useless, but if you want to keep it, do so. I would rather keep it as a list, rather than ranking, since your skills show themselves in your projects anyways. I would also put projects/experience pages first rather than education, since a person can learn more about you from there. Designs are sick, by the way ✨

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Mátyás Fodor

Adding mine to the pool of personal websites, I launched it the other day, pretty minimalistic atm, planning to add some games in the future: matyasfodor.com/

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Allison Walker

The font color on dark mode is kind of harsh. You might want to tone it down a bit. I recommend not using pure black as a background color and removing the glow effect from the font. Maybe change the font color too.

There are only a few colors on the site: dark blue for font, white, pink. You can use color matching websites to find a coordinating color palette. Maybe use that dark blue font color as the dark background for the dark mode. I don't know, but try it out and see what works. Maybe also for the social icons...?

Also, since your website is mostly text, you might want to increase the font size. But try it out and see what works. The line length is great and the dark blue on the white is good on the eyes.

In one of your sentences, you replace the words coffee and croissants with emojis, but the following sentences you do not. I think you should be consistent and use the words, followed by the emojis after.

Also, is the mobile layout of your site what you want it to be? The day/night toggle kind of invades the headline text on mobile. It's also right-aligned, when everything else is centered. Something to think about.

There's not much on the site, so every design choice is more noticeable. I prefer minimal done well, vs too ambitious and there's too much going on.

If you add more to the site, I think you should not lose the white-space. It has a calming, considered effect.

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

The look and feel of the website is great! If you add a few of your projects for more content, it will be ready to go, in my opinion. Thanks for sharing!

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Blessing Hirwa

Do you have source codes of Matthew Farley's portfolio please?

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Hi, I don't think he has shared it publicly. He has his designs on Dribble and this is his GitHub, which only has one public repo. If you really wanna know, you may try emailing him using the e-mail on his portfolio though.

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Blessing Hirwa

Thanks for the information.

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Ghazi Khan

You can also check mine. codewithghazi.com

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

It is simple, minimalistic and responsive, which you can never go wrong with. I would add a bit more animation if I could though, to make it more lively.

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Ghazi Khan

Thanks for your feedback. I'll look into this. :)

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Mohammad Javed

Amazing portfolios from amazing creative people! 👏

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Óscar A. Montiel

Also check out mine = ) animanoir.xyz/ Feedback is always welcomed!

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I really like the color combinations and the theme. It is unique. I would suggest making the animation on the first page more interactive by letting it respond to pointer. But again, its an amazing website!

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Jumbo Daniel

Great compilation

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Win Eiwwongcharoen

Here is another awesome one: nuuneoi.com/profile

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Interactive is always nice. I find the skills ranking thing redundant though, and there were not links to any projects or stuff. But because the developer is experienced, I don't think that would be a problem. Nice addition, thank you!

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Kostas

Holy chipmunk, very nice portfolio's. You can check mine too kostassliazas.github.io/landing.gi... :))

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

I like your 3D graphics and vectors! You should make your websites showcase a separate page, or at least make it bigger though.

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Verónica Ojeda

They look really cool, but I miss some women's portfolios as well. 😕

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Firangiz Ganbarli Author

Thanks for pointing it out, this list was taken from my own notes, so I didn't make this list as a definitive "Top portfolios ..." or something. Would love some recommendations!

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Tanay Patel

Hi, can someone please tell me how can that 3d animation be done like on this page. here: jacekjeznach.com/skills/

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Kostas

With canvas and JavaScript. When disable JS nothing showing in page and after enabling in canvas element appears list. Then something is made with JS to show like globe. basedesign.com/blog/how-to-render-...

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Simranjeet Singh

Cloned Jacek's website using react : smrnjeet222.github.io

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