Developer portfolios are extremely entertaining, inspirational and motivational to explore. I have been debating creating my own for a while, and have collected some inspiring developer portfolios that I came across online.
In no particular order, here are some portfolios that you can take inspiration from. Enjoy!
Bruno Simon has an extremely entertaining portfolio website that you can explore for a while and forget the existence of time. Honestly.
There is a car that you can use to move around and interact with the objects (play bowling or even use the honk).
Robby has received many awards for his CSS art, and his portfolio website is an interactive resume. The gameified resume is very interesting to read through, and the illustrations are pretty.
Matt is a designer, front-end developer and a mentor. His portfolio website is nicely designed, with beautiful illustrations. His experiences and previous work is presented in a nicely manner.
Riccardo's portfolio has nice shapes that float around when you hover over them. His previous work is presented in slides and the website also has both light and dark mode available.
Seán's portfolio is minimalistic. He includes his work in simple cards and the home page has a giant eye that looks around the page 👀
Henry is a college student at University of Toronto. For fellow students out there, his portfolio is a great inspiration. The overall look of the website is great, with photos in the background flowing very nicely with the text.
Rafael is a full-stack developer and his website is very interactive. A cool feature I noticed is the ability to filter off his projects based on the category of tech stack. You can also destroy the webpage after you have read it by playing a game and earning points like shown below.
Jacek is a Front-End Developer. With the infamous TikTok logo as his initial, the front page of the portfolio itself is amazing. When you hover above the letters in the introduction, letters bounce around. You can also enjoy a great music while exploring.
If you have a website of your own, or any other suggestions, add them down below so we can check it out!