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How to Research, Create Sitemaps and Wireframes for your Website Portfolio

This is the first step to create a compelling portfolio website on WordPress and Elementor page builder!

This is my first episode of Designing and Developing a Portfolio Website from Scratch through WordPress and Elementor. In this first episode, you’ll learn the importance of doing research even if it’s your own website portfolio.

You’ll have an access to what I usually do on my personal and client’s projects from creating a simple sitemap to sketching wireframes.

Go ahead and watch episode 1 below or directly watch my YouTube channel. If you’re feeling generous, don’t forget to like, comment, subscribe, and hit the notification bell button so you’ll be updated on my upcoming helpful videos 😉

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