3 Steps to Help You Build a Powerful Web Developer Portfolio

 how to build a web developer portfolio


  • 3 Steps to Help You Build a Powerful Web Developer Portfolio

    Thulie V

    Thulie is a technical writer, data scientist, and Python programmer, who is well-versed at writing informative, easy-to-understand, and engaging technical articles.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a list of things that need to be on a web developer’s portfolio. Some of them are, 1. Your contact information, 2. About section, 3. Your experience, 4. Your skills, 5. Education, etc.

Definitely web developers should have a portfolio. A strong portfolio can draw hiring managers to your website and encourage them to learn more about you, your design aesthetic, and what you can offer. Regardless of where you are in your career, a strong web developer portfolio may help companies take notice of you. Although this method requires work, but the rewards are worthwhile.

Most of the information in your portfolio remains the same but there are some things you should have in your portfolio if you don’t have prior experience. 1. You should list down the projects that you have worked on. 2. Build your own website and showcase it on your portfolio.

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