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

mattfarley.ca

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

2. Dejan Markovic

dejan-markovic.com

What he does: UX and UI Design

3. Rafael Caferati

caferati.me

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

4. Emily Ridge

www.emilyridge.ie

What she does: WordPress developer and designer

5. Ian Lunn

ianlunn.co.uk

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

6. Pierre Nel

pierre.io

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

7. Timmy O’Mahony

timmyomahony.com

What he does: Django developer

8. Denise Chandler

www.denisechandler.com

What she does: web design, development, and more

9. Ben Adam

benadam.me

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

10. Daniel Fischer

www.danielfischer.com

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

11. Seb Kay

sebkay.com

What he does: web design and WordPress development

12. Jonny MacEachern

www.jonny.me

What he does: front-end development

13. Kathryn McClintock

www.kathrynmcclintock.com

What she does: Drupal developer

14. Jack Jeznach

jacekjeznach.com

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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