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How Do I Make an Effective Web Developer Portfolio?

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10 months ago
I know a lot of hiring managers look at how clean your code is, how fast your example page will load, the HTML structure. I try to make my web development portfolio fit those requirements first; many times quality will trump your actual design (as long as it isn’t horrendous). It also matters what kind of job you’re trying to get with your portfolio. If you’re looking for something more design heavy like CMS sites you may not need much code at all. If you’re looking to really develop then having example sites and apps that function well and that have clean code should be your top priority.
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