Personal Portfolio Website

Hi everyone! I just finished my first version of my portfolio website. Any feedback is welcome. Thank you!

hey :wave:

There is a problem in the contact page it’s white and only have your email in the button, this is not the best design you can do for this page, there is better. the second thing is the Hobbies and resume page doesn’t open, it says under construction. for me I don’t like to have the about me section as the home page. this is my full opinion on your portfolio but a good start.

Thank you for your feed back, I really appreciate it!

Looking pretty good to me so far! Two things jumped out at me.
On a cellphone the contact button separates from the navigation menu. Not sure if that was intentional of not. It felt kinda off.
And on a full screen monitor the image and text seem odd proportions, since they are still so close to the sides of the page, and have to keep expanding in width to take up the extra space.

Over all though, it’s looking great!

Congrats on completing the project.

Some thoughts:

  • I would recommend not having the About Me page as the Home page.

  • Also, I think it’s (About Me) too much content to read. I get where you’re coming from though. I think it would read better if it were broken out into a few (brief) bullet points rather than multiple paras. OR, just leave the 1st para and remove the rest. You want to show not tell with a personal portfolio. Your projects demonstrate your skills in action.

  • You do use action verbs to describe your skills (which is good!), but what recruiters or hiring mgrs. want to see are numbers. Ex: ‘reduced bug reporting by x’, or, ‘increased…blah, blah, by y’. Stuff like that.

  • This part: “I hold a Bachelors Degree in Quantitative Economics from University of California, Irvine, where I developed a strong foundation in economic theory, quantitative methods, and data analysis. I am proficient in statistical software such as R, Stata, Excel and familiar with Google Workspace, QuickBooks, Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop and Product Photography.” Can go on your resume (if it already isn’t) as something like, "Core Technologies: Programming: languages listed here, and Tools apps you use Git, IntelliJ, etc: "

  • I would nix the “Hobbies” page. I think it could be on the About Me page as one sentence. I mean, it’s definitely good to show that you’re not a one-dimensional person and have other interests outside of programming.


Thank you for the input! I will check that contact button issue for sure.

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Thank you for your detailed input! I appreciate it a lot. I will implement into my website.

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