How to Create an Online UX Design Portfolio with no code

Salome Katunzi
4 min readOct 11, 2021


You must have a portfolio website as a designer. This is due to the fact that you require a platform to display your skills and personality. You can upload your designs to websites like Behance and Dribbble, but they don’t offer much customization for you to utilize as your official portfolio website.

While every designer has the ability to create the perfect website that represents them, not every designer has the knowledge or skills to code their own website. They also don’t have to.

You’re not a developer its okay.

You can create your UX Portfolio website using a variety of no-code websites.


Notion is an all-in-one workspace that allows you to write, plan, collaborate, and get organized. You can take notes, add tasks, manage projects, and more.

Notion lets you construct pages that you can organize in pretty much any way you want — kanban boards, wikis, calendars, notes, databases, you name it — and it offers you complete control.

Cool Features

· Free account

· Drag and drop to organize.

· This is an in-browser tool that works on all PCs.

· Figma, Miro, Invision, Framer, Loom, and Sketch files can all be embedded.

· Very simple to use

Here are free Notion Portfolio templates that you can use to create your own portfolio.


UXfolio is a powerful UX portfolio builder with no coding required. UXfolio lets you pick a stunning template and tell the story behind your design process. It comes with many features that make your work even easer to design your portfolio.

Cool Features

· Templates to start from

· Ready to use case study layouts

· Use built-in device mockups

· Writing prompts, guiding questions, and examples.

· Embed protypes from Adobe XD, Figma, Invision, Axure and many more

· Protect sensitive content with passwords

Adobe Portfolio

This online platform lets you quickly and simply build a personalized website to showcase your creative work with Adobe Portfolio. It is now included free with any Creative Cloud subscription. You can build a portfolio that exhibits your design, photography, or video. Adobe Portfolio offers a variety of themes with unique layouts to present your projects equally well on phones, tablets, and desktop computers

Cool Features

· Lightroom integration

· Embed audio, video, and even forms

· Customizable themes

· Add 10+ social media profiles

· Responsive design

· Personalized URL,

· Google Analytics tracking

· Password-protected pages


PortfolioBox is a simple online portfolio made for creatives and allows them to create a truly unique portfolio website by using any style for any page. And it also enables users to manage galleries, e-commerce, blogs and much more services. It can be used by creatives such as designers, editor, illustrators, models, musician, photographers, stylists and videographers.

Cool Features

· Many languages to choose from like English, Chinese, Japanese and French, etc.

· Personal domain

· Password protected galleries

· Watermark your images

· Lightroom integration

· Inbuilt E-commerce shop


This is a browser tool that empowers designers to build professional, custom websites in a completely visual canvas with no code. Webflow’s drag and drop feature makes website creating even easier. Webflow comes equipped with hosting and CMS.


· Ecommerce

· Website interactions

· Built-in SEO tools

· Create reusable symbols

· Responsive design

I hope you can use the websites mentioned above to create portfolios that genuinely exhibit your design talents and expertise.

If you’re not sure what to put in your portfolio, my article “What to Include in Your UI/UX Portfolio” will help you get started.

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Salome Katunzi

UI/UX Designer | Visual Designer. Sharing with the world what I know and learn in the world of design. Connect with me at