I see a lot of people, especially developers, struggling with how to present their projects in a portfolio. There is really no reason to overthink it though. As long as you use a nice font, plenty of white space, and borrow some layout and color scheme ideas from someone else who knows what they are doing, you will have a pretty good-looking portfolio.
The portfolios on this list aren't too fancy and aren't too plain. I picked them because they are readable, well-laid-out, and, for the most part, use good accessibility practices.
2. Jake Wharton
3. Matt Farley
4. Ben Adam
5. Timmy O'Mahony
Extra credit student portfolios:
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