One of the toughest things to do as a new developer is to assemble an online portfolio.

  • What should I say?
  • What should I include?
  • What should I leave out?

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

If you’re stuck, take a look at these 15 samples of web developer portfolios for inspiration. (And if you want even more guidance on building your portfolio, look here.)

1. Matt Farley

What he does: UX/UI and front-end development

2. Dejan Markovic

What he does: UX and UI Design

3. Rafael Caferati

What he does: front-end, back-end and UX

4. Emily Ridge

What she does: WordPress developer and designer

5. Ian Lunn

What he does: web-design and front-end development

6. Pierre Nel

What he does: design, front-end, back-end, and more

7. Timmy O’Mahony

What he does: Django developer

8. Denise Chandler

What she does: web design, development, and more

9. Ben Adam

What he does: UX/UI design and front-end development

10. Daniel Fischer

What he does: front-end, back-end (Ruby on Rails), and more

11. Seb Kay

What he does: web design and WordPress development

12. Jonny MacEachern

What he does: front-end development

13. Kathryn McClintock

What she does: Drupal developer

14. Jack Jeznach

What he does: front-end and WordPress development

15. Which developers have made portfolios that you love?

There's inspiration everywhere - hopefully this article helped you find yours!

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