Create a Portfolio

Over the past few weeks, you've learned all about HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, created some cool projects, and learned some other useful business and soft skills. Now it's time to put all of that together and create a portfolio that you can be proud of.

It's getting serious 🤭

Now it's time to take your code to the next level. In the following weeks, you'll learn more about GitHub and git version control, how to use VS Code as a code editor in a more advanced way, and create larger projects using the ReactJS library while keeping accessibility in mind.

Note: If you have a GitHub student account, I recommend you to use it to get access to the GitHub Student Developer Pack. It's a great way to get access to a lot of useful tools and services for free, e.g. full access to FrontendMasters, Jetbrains Academy, Microsoft Azure and much more.

Create a portfolio as a frontend web developer

Create a portfolio as a UX Designer

Create a portfolio as a QA tester