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My New Portfolio

Hey Everyone!!
I made a new Rendition of my Portfolio
It can be found on https://my-portfolio.liftoff-ka.repl.co

Feedback would be appreciated

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Richard Angapin

Great job! I'd suggest:

  • add more info in your About Me section, basically tell us more about you.
  • add a favicon
  • a lot of the skills you added are not languages or framework perhaps you can remove that (as its been mentioned before)
  • keep only your best projects in there, you don't need 20 projects you need 2 to 4 great ones.
  • remove "I'm in high schoolz" -> instead tell us about it as you would on a CV.

Last but not least check this link out:

storage.googleapis.com/joshwcomeau...

Keep in up. ATB.

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Liftoff Studios

Hey there, I forgot to ask this in the previous reply. You had advised to put only 2-4 good projects. I just wanted to know, out of the 7 projects listed on my website, which ones look the best? Thanks in advance

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Liftoff Studios

Thank you for the suggestions, I will work on these

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Karan Sanghvi

Very creative portfolio!!🤩
Could you tell me that which website you used to make and upload the portfolio?

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Liftoff Studios

Thank you! The website is hosted on replit.com

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Karan Sanghvi

Sorry, but I could not find the website. Kindly help me in this

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Liftoff Studios

I made the website myself with html | css | js
It has been hosted on the website called replit.com , where you have to create an account and host it on a repl

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Paper

Has a nice clean look to it. You might wanna add your github profile at the start with all the other social links. I would also add screenshots of your projects instead. Consider not having an education section until you feel free to write more, it just seems too little. I presume you're working on the side-bar, how about adding a transition effect with the name's of the sections? Other than that, it looks really good. Nice job!

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Liftoff Studios

Thank you, I will work on these suggestions :D

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Adam Žalůdek

It’s pretty nice, but i would recommend to:
First off, me personally, i liked your older portfolio more, but thats just preferrence.
1) Increase font size so it is easy to read,
2) Reduce amout of skills (for example, you don’t need to show that u know html + css if you have JavaScript aswell)
3) Make the side navbar bigger, i almost did not saw it
4) Add images to projects (images help you to get more attention)
5) Some of the projects are not working (but it’s probably on my side)
Overall I like the vibe of your portfolio and I think you have quite interesting projects. Keep up the hard work, it really pays off! :D
Please, dont think that this is some kind of disrespect to your work, im not a english native speaker, so i dont know how to put sentences together. I hope it makes some sence :D

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Liftoff Studios

Thank you, I will work on these suggestions :D

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Vincent A. Cicirello

Looks nice overall. A couple of your skills logos are nearly invisible in dark mode, as is the DEV logo. Not sure what to suggest to fix it since the logos in question are dark.

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Liftoff Studios

Thank you! I'll work on fixing those if possible 😅

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Foxbuka

Looks amazing!! Like you git profile)) I need to take time, to improve mine)) since I work in a company with work git profile there are, I actually lost control))

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Liftoff Studios

Thank you :)

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Jakub T. Jankiewicz • Edited

It seems that left meny is broken when you click on different icons.
I would also add favicon and social media meta tags.

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