Due to “flipping over” issues, the site needs some small edits, but it is live!
As my final project, I will be creating a portfolio for myself. My site will feature an about page, a resume page, and a page that will showcase my work. Since I don’t have much work to showcase yet, I want to focus on the design of my page, and hopefully keep adding content to it over time, as I gain both experience and projects to showcase. Below are my considerations on criteria of effectiveness, aesthetics, functionality, audience, and competitive sites. Read More…
3 themes to consider for www.Josefinahellensberg.com:
Like other people in class, I want to create a portfolio for myself. To create an effective portfolio, I am looking for a theme with a clean and sleek look that will give potential future employers a good idea of who I am, what my story is, and what I am interested in.
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