I think you need to be clearer on your requirements.
By definition, a switch automatically creates separate collision domains for each physical port (assuming that there are multiple systems connected to a given port). So if that’s all you want to do, just leave the switch in its default state (VLAN1 is everywhere).
Bear in mind that the purpose of VLANs is two-fold:
1) To create a virtual LAN that spans multiple network devices, and by extension the systems connected to them. These can be geographically separated.
2) To create multiple LANs within a single device which have no logical connection.
3) Combinations of the two above.
With that in mind, write back and let us know just what it is that you want to accomplish.