This is another important section for every developer, and in the case of a frontend dev even more important, because again we have the opportunity to show off our best side. The lack of any sources is not negative, but you lose an opportunity to make a good impression. Consider, for example, a piece of code – even if it is ‘weak’, it means that the candidate worked on anything and wanted to gain any experience. This is a step in the right direction, which is why I strongly encourage you to leave links to websites and repositories where you can look at private projects.
Frontend from the back end
Everything you say can be used against you. When presenting your portfolio, keep in mind that code cleanliness and neatness is also taken into account. This is not a requirement for any developer, but it is an asset. Of course, there is nothing to cheat – even scripts written carefully last week may require optimization and formatting improvements, but the more attention you pay to the details, the more it will get into the blood. This is one of the basics to do someone a good code review.
In addition to being a Frontend Developer, you can have many other interests that are not directly related to the profession. Will it be digital art, game design, backend programming languages, or even database administration – diversity and creativity are good features of every Developer Frontend. It is worth to blend knowledge in other aspects, even if they are not expected at the moment – as long as they fit into the current trends.