There are many different types of web applications now focused on helping you get exposure to your skills or your work. And each may offer a different approach. One that we’ve appreciated in this space is Carbonmade. Constructed to be a blank canvas to show off your work, it’s simple and focused design appeals to me.
If you feel the same way, here’s your chance to win a Whoo membership for one year. We’ve got five to give away today.
Update: Glad to see so many people want to use Carbonmade — it’s such a great tool. It was tough to choose only five, but here are the winners:
- Jonas Pelzer
- Malcolm Bastien
- Tylor Skory
Congrats folks! Enjoy showing off your work with Carbonmade.
Billed as “a lickety-split online portfolio sans the headache”, the team at Carbonmade is giving you an app with a little personality while at the same time, getting out of your way and letting you show off your mad skills.
A fun app to use, Carbonmade walks you through setting up your portfolio. When you’re done, the result is a page that is focused on your projects and the work you’ve completed.
Our Look/Review Carbonmade
I reviewed the application recently and came away impressed. My overall impression sums it up nicely:
Any application of this nature should put the focus on your work. The 3 man team behind Carbonmade did a smashing job of making sure the app is there to help you, but gets out of the way when you’re ready to get down to business.
If your work is creative in any way, a tool like this can be so beneficial. And why not choose one that is attractive and easy to use.
How to Enter
So, if you think you’d enjoy this tool, leave a comment below and tell us what you’d put in your online portfolio. Be creative!
The winners will be announced at the end of the day! And a big congratulations to our winners from Day 10 — enjoy your virtual assistant with Task.fm.
And Over at Mac.AppStorm: Wallet
Don’t forget to check out what’s going on over at Mac.AppStorm! Today they’re giving away a few copies of Wallet.
Think of Wallet as your own flexible, personal database. You can store almost anything within it’s safe confines: web passwords, serial numbers, credit cards, domain names, grocery items, locations of Wi-Fi hotspots etc. You’ll never have an excuse to forget things again… well, with the possible exception of your keys!
Come Back for Day 12