Dramatically Monetize

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If you’re not sure where to start, you’re in luck. Listed below are 27 things you can add on your portfolio or online resume—even if you don’t have a ton of experience yet. These things, when added together, can make your tech portfolio stand out. And as an added bonus, I even included real-life samples of these tips in action.

Having a clear and concise online portfolio/resume design is important, no matter what. But if you’re more into design than development, it becomes even more significant. However, the most important thing in a site design is usability. Can a person come to this site and understand the message? Can they easily navigate the site without becoming confused?

If the answer is “no,” you need to rethink your design decisions. In the example below, SEO consultant Gary Le Masson makes his portfolio/resume look like Google search results. The site is clever. And it is perfect for the clients he going after: people who want to rank high in Google search results.

 

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