Thank you both very much! I think that, in a way, it was a good thing that I had to remake my portfolio from scratch, because I made it with a better understanding of UX and visual design. And thank you for the constructive feedback. I’ll work on fixing that.
- Should I get rid of the Contact page? I find it a little awkward that I have the exact same contact form at the end of every one of my other pages. It just seems a bit repetitive, but I do like the ability for employers to have easy access to that contact form at the end of every page. I want it to be like “Okay, I read this case study, how do I get in contact with this person… oh, never mind, here’s the form right here!”. It reduces the need to click elsewhere.
On the About page, I feel like if I get rid of that honeycomb graphic and the short paragraphs below explaining why UX is my calling, I won’t be giving enough content to tell anything, well, about myself. I won’t be giving any insight as to who I am and why UX and I are two peas in a pod. I do agree that the Resume is more important in information hierarchy. What if I just moved it to the top?