Portfolio history – A trip down memory lane

Through time i got around to change my website portfolio a few times.
And it has been a while since the previous update, because of a steady job with lots to do and a lot of other spare time activities.
"One cant be coding all the time, some time should be spent during other stuff, while thinking about coding"
- But now it is time for an much needed update and with it came this portfolio history - Memory lane view.

"It's also easy to forget where you came from"

I hate when things goes on to be forgotten, and it's also easy to forget where you came from when you always look a lot a the details on specific projects, so my idea is to to document the development of my portfolio during time starting from the latest couple i still got some shot of, and then from now on and forever.



The portfolio i made during the first semester of my Multimediadesigner education 2014.




Later, in the late and dark parts of 2016 i created this next one and it is clear to see that something happened with my design skills since that last portfolio design, a bit more jazz was involved in this one. I also got better understanding of the importance of whitespace and minimalism.

Svg transitions was a big thing when a made this, thats why the logo banner intro animates to the header after loading.

So heres is the initial loading page

which transitions into the header of the page.
It was pretty cool at the time.

website portfolio 2016



In the early months of 2018, i created this next own with the intention to make it my main portfolio, but it was mostly like an experiment so i was never really that exited and hooked on it to be the next replacement. But i finished the project, with some minor changes during the implementation, because i was experimenting with some stuff.

Here a presentation of the single page scroll experience layout, click here to visit the (Never released before) implementation of my 2018 portfolio with scroll transitions.
The project intro screen looks like this, and was action the first visual clue to my new logo, which was under development at that time.


When the user started scrolling, the window scrolls to the first section of the page, as you can see here below.
And the transitions continue down the page, with the rest of the sections.



And now the time has come this next one - which currently is my active portfolio released the 1/3/2019.
And a lot happened, between the last 2 portfolio designs.

My overall view on design and how to think about design has changed a lot the last year, i got way better
This webdesign has scroll interaction thought into the design, making it more live and responsive