A portfolio on the Indieweb is a professional web page (or collection thereof) targeted at paying customers/clients that often shows examples of work and projects.
You should put a portfolio on your site so people looking to hire you can see examples of your work. They can also serve as an archival copy of your past work on your site.
How to put (and markup) a portfolio on your site - there are many ways to do so - look for examples of others’ work and see what feels right to you.
- From 2012-2015, his home page featured portfolio content, and linked to sub-sections in a header bar menu called "Portfolio". An archive of that site can be found at http://2012.aaronparecki.com
- From 2008-2011, there was a separate portfolio section, archived at http://2008.aaronparecki.com/work/portfolio/
Martin Atkins' home page is a portfolio, the index page shows thumbnails and a short description, and links to a full page about each project.
Add yourself here… (see this for more details)
Articles about portfolios
- 2017-07-12 : Creating an archive of my online writing, from 2002-2017 (archived)