A portfolio can serve as a modern-day CV. It can help you access tons of opportunities, showcase your work, inspire other developers and also help you keep track of all the things you've been able to achieve in your tech career.
Despite all the benefits of having a portfolio, most developers don't have one because they don't know what to include, leave out or say about themselves in their portfolio.
If you are struggling with this, here are 30 web developer portfolios that will give you all the inspiration you need to create your own portfolio or improve your existing portfolio.
1. Bruno Simon, bruno-simon.com
Bruno was a former lead developer at Immersive Garden. Now, he works as a creative developer and freelancer.
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2. Adeola Adeoti, adeolaadeoti.netlify.app
Adeola is a design-minded front-end developer based in Lagos, Nigeria.
3. Brittany Chiang, brittanychiang.com
Brittany is a Boston-based software engineer who specializes in building (and occasionally designing) exceptional digital experiences.
4. Jacek Jeznach, jacekjeznach.com
Jacek is a Front-End Developer located in Poland who has a passion for UI effects, animations, and creating intuitive, dynamic user experiences.
5. Cassie Evans, cassie.codes
Cassie is a Front-end developer at Clearleft who loves to make fun, interactive things with code.
6. Olaolu Olawuyi, olaolu.dev
Olaolu is an expert Frontend developer and UX Engineer. He designs quality, user-friendly and scalable products regardless of the stack.
7. Gift Egwuenu, giftegwuenu.dev
Gift is a front-end developer passionate about making the web accessible to everyone and advocating building open and inclusive developer communities.
8. Adenekan, codewonders.dev
9. Adham Dannaway, adhamdannaway.com
Adham is a UI/UX product designer & part-time frontend developer based in sunny Sydney, Australia.
10. Lindsey, a11ywithlindsey.com
Lindsey is a self-taught web developer. She helps developers get the hang of accessibility, write better code, and empower them to build an exclusive internet through her blog.
11. Anurag Hazra, anuraghazra.github.io
Anurag Hazra is a passionate self-taught frontEnd web developer from India, currently working at timeless.co as a FrontEnd engineer.
12. Will Boyd, codersblock.com
Will Boyd is a software engineer in Atlanta focused on the front-end of the web.
13. Monica Lent, monicalent.com
Monica Lent is a software engineer and founder of the Blogging For Devs community.
14. Jhey Tompkins, jhey.dev
Jhey is a freelance web developer who loves to brings ideas to life with web technologies.
15. Jennifer Opal, jenniferopal.co
Jennifer is a DevOps Engineer, Multi-Award Winning Technologist, and Engineer.
16. Seyi, seyi.dev
Seyi is a Software Developer based in Lagos, Nigeria focused on branding, building interactive experiences & creating emotions through design and technology.
17. Oluwakemi Adeleke, kemiadeleke.com
Oluwakemi Adeleke is a professional and talented Product Designer with front end development skills.
18. Kenneth Jimmy, kenjimmy.me
Kenneth is a programmer, designer, and chess lover!
19. Lynn Fisher, lynnandtonic.com
Lynn Fisher is a Busan-born, American artist known for her work on the web. After attending art school in Arizona, she began working as a designer and CSS developer in software consulting.
20. Jason Lengstorf, jason.af
Jason Lengstorf works at Netlify and hosts Learn With Jason. He is trying his very best to follow his own advice.
21. Josh Comeau, joshwcomeau.com
Josh loves to share helpful content for front-end web devs. He is an Indie hacker and instructor at Concordia Bootcamps.
22. Monica Dinculescu, meowni.ca
Monica Dinculescu is a Senior Engineer at Google, where she works on Magenta.
23. Tinashe Makuti, nashe.dev
Tinashe Makuti is a software developer and data engineer from Zimbabwe but currently based in Nice France.
24. Adaora Nwodo, adoranwodo.com
Adaora Nwodo is a Software Engineer passionate about education, technology & music.
25. Dan Spratling, danspratling.dev
Dan Spratling is a user experience consultant working with teams around the world to help create outstanding websites.
26. Annie, anniebombanie.com
Annie is passionate about bringing both the technical and visual aspects of digital products to life.
27. Robb, robbowen.digital
Robb is a developer, designer, and linguist who has been building for the web in some capacity since 2001.
28. Jemima Abu, jemimaabu.com
Jemima is a self-taught Front End Developer that builds websites with a focus on responsive design and accessibility.
29. Michael Pumo, michaelpumo.com
Michael enjoys working closely with design teams to faithfully translate their designs right down to the last pixel.
30. Braydon Coyer, braydoncoyer.dev
Braydon is a senior full-stack engineer, creative coder, and self-proclaimed designer who has a passion for the front-end spectrum.
I hope this article gave you the inspiration you need to build your portfolio or improve your existing portfolio. If yes, implement what you've learned, share your new or updated portfolio with me on Twitter via @didicodes.
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