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Portfolio – Seems like everyone else is

  • # March 27, 2013 at 1:51 am

    http://jtpenezich.com/

    First real big theme for WordPress I made. Made my own bare bones boilerplate and went to town. The blog section has a write-up of how I did everything. Fun project overall. The process was funny, most stuff I could of just had a plugin do, but it was good to learn it anyways.

    Any feedback would be cool. I don’t have as many websites as I would like posted. I just honestly don’t have that many i’d show people. Most my projects I did I spent little time on the design because I wanted more time seeing what I could do in the code. It’s paid off now, but maybe I’ll have to mockup some sites to show.

    # March 27, 2013 at 11:24 am

    I like how it`s responsive,
    Your website gets to the point and i clearly know where to go for contacting, for example. Colors are good (in my opinion), and it looks simple and clean which i personally love.

    Things i think could be different:
    On every other page besides portfolio is just orange and white text, you could always spice it up.
    I would put the types of language you know, so far i assume you know css, css3, html, html5, and javascript.

    I forgot to mention, i love the what to expect page.

    You also look like a cool guy.
    1010 would pay 500$

    # March 27, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    True enough. I was thinking of ways to add some more imagery or something. Didnt really sit and think about it though. I’ll have to have add some icons for the languages I know and whatnot. Thanks!

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