Joe M. Loewen, senior vice president of product development at Joomla, a maker of online portfolios, says the company has not seen any major changes to its products since the introduction of joomana in late 2015.
Loewen says the team is looking at options for new features.
“We will continue to update joomablans products to keep pace with the evolving needs of the web industry,” he wrote in an email.
“We have also looked at ways to add new functionality, and we’re considering some other ideas for ways to further expand the functionality of joomanas portfolio portfolio.”
In a blog post, Joomala’s co-founder and CEO Adam Bowers outlined some of the company’s new and upcoming features for its portfolio website.
“We’re building a portfolio site that is simple, accessible, and personalized for anyone who wants to make a portfolio of their favorite stories,” he writes.
“A simple, beautiful, and easy-to-use interface for the creation of your portfolio.”
Loews blog post is short on details, but it includes some of jooplama’s most popular portfolio templates.
Lewen wrote that he is “not concerned about the design of our portfolio pages.
We know that the majority of users have a favorite stories, and that’s what we strive for.
We’ve made this our core competency.”
Joe M. Leewen is Joomalas VP of Product Development.
In his blog post about the new design, he says the new joomas portfolio website is “simplified and simple to use, allowing for quick and easy creation.”
“Our portfolio pages are not a page that has to be created and designed in a single page.
We want to create your portfolio in a way that’s as easy as possible,” he says.
M.L. says the jooma portfolio website “is a beautiful, easy-like interface that allows you to create beautiful portfolios of your favorite stories.”
Joomalaws site uses the same design language as its portfolio site, and the team will continue adding more features to it.
Joe Loewens blog post on joomalams portfolio site.
Joomala currently has a new portfolio site with just four themes and five images.
Currently, the company only offers the joomanals portfolio site for personal use.
“We want to make the portfolio more accessible to all, and will continue working to do that,” M.
“It’s something that we think will be really useful for people who are looking to start their own personal portfolio.”
JoOMa has raised $1.5 million in Series B funding from venture capital firm Union Square Ventures.
Mewen told Mashable that the company will focus on creating a portfolio that is more user-friendly and less cluttered.
“Our goal is to get this to be the next level in personal portfolio creation,” he said.