Finally, here is advice to keep in mind going forward:
Find out what you want to do and what you don’t want to do in the future throughout the course. Showcase the kind of projects you want to attract.
It’s about showing your thought process and approach. The standard format is to show what problem there was and how you solved it with explanations of different stages you went through.
The website should be easy to maintain. If it’s a hassle just to add or update a project, it’ll prevent you from keeping the content fresh. Let the projects shine without being bogged down by maintaining the site itself.
Check for typos. Even a couple typos will make your entire work unprofessional and look rushed. Ask your friends to proofread before you publish it online.
Think about a person who sees your work for the first time and makes sure it flows naturally. Ask someone new to review your work periodically.
Make sure you have permission to post a project. You can also apply visual tricks to hide details, such as blurring out texts or displaying images in an angle.