Web Design Workshop is our regular community project where we ask readers to submit their work for your friendly, constructive criticism. It's the perfect way to learn, offer opinions and have your own work critiqued! This week, a personal portfolio..
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Play nice! We deliberately select work which will benefit from advice and pointers. If you can't be constructive in your comments, don't. Other than that, offer any advice you can give. Feel free to link to examples and images which back up your points.
Hi! I'm a second-year student Interaction Design in Belgium. This is my portfolio, which consists out of a blog and a portfolio section. The school-part is where I need to place everything related to school (mainly reflection on your education). I'm quite curious on the general feedback. How can I improve my website design-wise and technically? How do you feel about the content? Everything is written in HTML/CSS at this point (I update everything manually) as I don't know a lot of PHP or any CMS system.
In general I like the 'roughness' of the design. It feels different, something which I find quite important if you want to stand out in the crowd. I'm eager to hear your critical opinion! Sven Lenaerts
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