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    How do you show code skills in your portfolio?

    I have been only working in the graphics field for about a year and a half and have done mostly production and front end coding. I would like to get more into front end web developing but unsure how to show that in my web portfolio.

    Does anybody know of any good examples of sites or suggestions on how to get started? Any information will be greatly appreciated.

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    I would just link to some sites you've coded. Avoid linking to sites that clients may have significantly modified since you coded them. You could also write out your thought process behind each example. What problems did you face while coding them? What decisions did you have to make and how did you reach your conclusion? Demonstrate that you're keeping up with the industry and employing best practice coding.

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    I don't have that many job related sites, is it o.k. if I do some mock ups?

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    Well, when you display portfolio on web page, write the work you have done and describe the programming language you have used for website design.

    For example: -
    Design & Concept
    ASP.net & Ajax Technologies
    Login facilities
    Flash animation
    Graphic design
    etc....you can browse through your competitors website and get some ideas....


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