This theme has been designed from a personal point of preference. As a developer, I want to organize my portfolio in a way that will reflect my skills best. So, this theme may or may not meet your needs but I will be happy to have your feedback.
This post will give you an overview of the features that this theme incorporates.
This theme has been designed to be minimalist and beautiful. The color scheme has been chosen to be simple but yet powerful. The post page has been designed to be as distraction-free as possible. Thanks to Anup Deb for his design guidance.
The theme is fully responsive. It looks beautiful and consistent across Desktop, Laptop, Tablet, and Mobile devices.
Carefully Designed Cards
The skill and project cards are designed carefully to give more meaningful information. The skill cards not only just list your skills. It also gives the viewer an idea about your depth of knowledge of the particular skill. The project cards give an idea about the popularity of your project if it is an open-source project on Github.
An Experience Timeline that truly represents your experiences
The experience timeline has been designed to reflect your career background. It shows the responsibilities you have handled in various stages of your career.
A Gallery to show your Achievements
The gallery section allows you to show your achievements to the public.
A sidebar that makes sense
Did you ever find yourself spending lots of time to find a particular post on a blog? I did it too. This theme incorporates a sidebar menu that categorizes your posts in various categories and sub-categories.
Customizability & Extensibility
It is easy to customize the theme without changing the theme codes. It has been designed to be extensible and customizable. You can easily add a new section or overwrite the CSS of any existing sections without altering the theme.
Still not meeting your requirements? File a feature request here.
Multiple Language Support
This theme has built-in support for multiple language. You can translate your content in multiple languages easily for better reachability.
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