Midterm Website: My Portfolio
For my portfolio website I decided to set it up utilizing some of the aesthetics I would be using for what I hoped to be my final project. I wanted to combine the efficiency of CSS grid along with this in order to create a website that was responsive while also aiming for a retro-technological aesthetic. I went back to the drawing board for my wireframes in order to create something that felt more relevant to the vision I had. This is what I ended up with.
The really great thing about using a wireframing tool like figma is that it was really easy to see what my vision looked like and how I could use CSS elements to create them. So immediately I took my design to code and ended up with this.
Overall the website ended up looking very similar to my original wireframe. However, after my critiques I think I will be making major changes for my final project.