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Site URL: https://www.chantellehouareau.com

hello all! I am (almost) a college grad, graduating into the role of branding director, do work as a social media manager, and am breaking into the fashion styling industry. my work is primarily in fashion but I would like to appeal to the majority of the art/music/fashion side of the creative industry.

I have been working on updating my online portfolio/website and am looking for any feedback on it in, especially on mobile and in regards to accessibility and understanding of the content.

can I format anything differently to make it more clear? how?

are all projects accessible and understandable?

on mobile especially - is the amount of copy appropriate or does it feel like you are reading an essay?

+ any other feedback you may have.


I would appreciate it so much, and am happy to return the favour if you like. all my best.

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I have three suggestions. Sticking with your minimalist look, I suggest you make the NAV bar font larger and bold. There is a bit too much space between the site title and passionate. I would like to see the three images on the page be a bit larger also. The Features page, don't use the word features on the page again, but put leaked in the middle of the page and make it really big? 


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My congratulations for your success in gaining experience with a variety of clients and with numerous firms prior to your graduation.

My only concern relates to the manner in which your relate information regarding your roles and tasks. To me, it simply reads like a job listing posting. While it's sometimes difficult to identify those tasks with which you were best able to demonstrate your particular expertise and star-worthy results, I encourage you to do so.

Tell your story. You've worked hard I'm sure to earn your degree and experience. Flaunt it in a way that a reader can better understand who you are, not simply some company's idea of tasks an employee must complete.

Also, a few elements read like a quick post on social media. Make the effort to let the reader know who you are! From the information you have provided, I'm sure they'll consider the opportunity to know you better to be a privilege.  Good luck to you!

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