CSS - how to constantly progress?

Started by neykold, Aug 06, 2022, 11:43 AM

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I know CSS quite well, experimenting with styles, looking for new features in various forums. But sometimes you want to put into practice those tricks that you have mastered in your work, and unfortunately, most orders are a routine where a minimum of creativity is required from you. Are there, perhaps, some sites where you can exhibit something like a portfolio of works, and, subsequently, sell them?


Try making a portfolio of your work.
Where and how to place, you can see here.
The site is in Russian, but I think this is not a problem with Google.
Good creativity should be brought to people. :)
I wish you success!


take a closer look at my selection, in it we will tell you about nine services that are popular with designers.

Behance is one of the most famous and largest portfolio hosting sites. Here you can find the works of designers from all over the world, subscribe to them, leave comments and put likes. This means that your page can help you not only find a customer, but also gather fans around you, who usually give very pleasant feedback about your work.

What's special:

Registration on Behance is free.
There is a separate section for vacancies.
It's easy to web design a personal project, but for teamwork it is advisable to specify all participants.
There are a lot of world-class users and designers on the site, so don't be afraid if your portfolio gets lost. Select the best works, do not forget to indicate your Behance in other social networks.
At Behance, not only the finished result is highly appreciated, but also the stages of the workflow.
Feel free to post sketches, sketches and intermediate stages of the work.
Behance actively supports the community, there are often live broadcasts with professionals and awards of interesting projects.

An interactive website for design professionals, as well as for makeup artists and models. Three paid tariffs with the promise of SEO promotion of your portfolio. At the same time, users can even make an online store from their page.

What's special:

Dynamic templates that have been correctly adapted to all types of devices.
The site has a system of communication with the customer, you can receive feedback on the platform without using third-party messengers.
You can set a password on the galleries so that only the client monitors the work process.
The designer also sees subscriptions and favorites of the customer, so it's easier to understand what he likes.
The site allows you to automatically put watermarks on the work.
The subscription can be renewed monthly and once a year.
Tariffs differ greatly in capabilities, there are many artificial restrictions, it is worth looking at each one carefully.

Tilda is a universal website builder for media, business and special projects. Designers often use the service to create a portfolio. Tilda is easy to understand, and for a comfortable start after registration, a newsletter comes to the mail with a description of the first steps, and the interface is intuitive. There are a lot of ready-made templates and fonts.

What's special:

On Tilda, you are not limited to one page, you can make a website with different sections.
There is an editor for the mobile version.
In the free version, you can make only one site with large restrictions: not all templates and fonts are available, you cannot connect your domain.
Two paid tariffs with a domain as a gift: personal and business. The personal tariff also gives one site, but removes restrictions, with a business tariff you will have five sites.

Readymag is primarily a platform for publishing interactive magazines and webzines. On Readymag, you can create unusual sites with creative layout, which not all services can afford.

What's special:

Free registration with full access and without linking a bank card, but with the branding of the site.
Five paid tariffs without website branding: personal, freelancer, studio, business and extra.
There are discounts for students and non-profit projects.
The entry threshold is relatively high, it takes time to get used to it.

The site is a team of four people who help designers to fully focus on the content, and they leave the worries about the domain, hosting and server maintenance to themselves. You can create a professional-looking portfolio without having to delve into the instructions.


Free version with a limit of 20 images and videos.
The paid version for $ 11 per month gives a full unlimited.
There are more than 25 templates and over 350 fonts on the site.
There is integration with Etsy.


I am also interested in this question. I'll read the comments)
While I'm looking for orders through my portfolio website.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of identical orders on freelance sites, where you just need to tweak someone else's design. And so I want to experiment and show what I am capable of)