9 sample portfolio website for developers
It is common to see designer portfolio websites as a way to showcase their work. Developer wise, there isn’t that many examples probably due to the nature of the work, especially for a non front end developer. However, a portfolio website is an essential way for a developer to generate leads for his freelance work. If you are a developer in need of some ideas on creating a portfolio website, here are some inspirations that you can draw reference from. If you are a developer who already has a website, you can post it in the comments for the rest to see.
A nice clean design with a heavy dose of personality. Adam’s is both a front end developer as well as UI designer who is obvious from the creativity shown by his own website.
Another clean and minimlist design that you can easily create for yourself. An image always helps and a listing of your skills in a beautiful layout can help a lot in convincing future clients that you will be a great person to work with.
#3: Clark Nelson
I like the listing design of the website. It actually looks like some command line editor which is very suitable for a developer. The information given is clear and there are links to his projects. Simple but effective.
I don’t think you can get more basic than this. However despite the bare minimal look, it still works very well as a portfolio website for a developer.
#5: Jonas Duri
Something colorful for a change. This is a ghost theme being worked on by Jonas that is meant to serve as a portfolio website for developer.
A rather unique way of designing a portfolio website. The whole look uses an App interface design which is rather different from what the rest are usually doing.
#7: Jamie Barton
A nice clean look that says exactly what kind of development services are being offered.
#8: Jaeho Lee
An interesting idea of using the text editor as a UI to showcase the skills that the developer has. Unfortunately, I am not sure it is as easy to read for someone who has never work with a text editor before.
#9: Matt Sisto
Another very bare minimal design for a developer portfolio website. It is great for those of you who are not so well verse in color scheme selection.