A Portfolio is one of the most important tools for any aspiring job seeker to rely on, and it is absolutely important that he or she makes the portfolio easy for the other party to visually parse while being informative about what the job seeker has done and is able to do. While portfolios are typically presented in job interviews as carefully organized folders filled with sheets of paper, personal web pages representing the person's digital work are often what people seeking online, media, or computer-related jobs use to appeal to potential workplaces. Online portfolios are often where the job seekers hosting them implement creative approaches to engaging viewers by letting them interact with the websites in unexpected ways. This example of an online portfolio is a fairly plain design that places descriptive prose on a blank background and provides a basic and bulleted list of outbound links pointing to either websites the owner worked on or companies the owner worked for. In an unusual twist, there is a large and rectangular field occupying the top region of the page that stays in position even as the page's text content passes behind it while the visitor scrolls down the page. This field dynamically changes whenever a hyperlink becomes horizontally aligned with a blue line floating to the left of the content; the field becomes an image visually representing that link while providing the user another area that can be clicked as a hyperlink pointing to the same URL. While this is a reasonably creative idea for a way to visually point visitors to external websites, some visitors take issue with some inconvenient aspects of the execution. The lack of a custom scrolling interface means that the user has to either painstakingly adjust their browser's scroll bar or rely on activating the Auto Scroll feature that many computer mice provide when their scroll wheels are pressed. Pressing a keyboard's arrow keys or rolling a mouse's scroll wheel will often shift the page by a set distance that does not match exactly how far apart each hyperlink on the page is. For more information click here http://issenmann.me/.