Web design is a fairly recent job title assigned to people with the talent of creating amazing web designs using lines of code. As a designer, your job is to provide users with the most convenient and efficient way to view a website while maintaining brand identity. It’s a professional avenue where people combine their passion for technology and art.
For students taking up web design in their post-secondary education soon, you need to look for inspiration on who you want to end up like after graduation. Painters strive to be Van Gogh, architects want to be the next Frank Lloyd Wright, and so on.
Below is a collection of awesome examples of web designer portfolios that showcase their creative vision in design, thus creating a rich experience for online visitors.
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“Less is more,” as the saying goes. By focusing on the essentials and the functionality of a web site, graphic designers are able to put emphasis on their artworks.
Six Revisions lists down the top online portfolios with minimalist design in the post “30 Minimalist Portfolio Website Designs for Inspiration.”
A responsive web design adapts to the size of the screen where the site is accessed to create a mini-site of sorts. To see how these mobile-friendly sites work, open the websites using your desktop computers and smartphones and compare.
Hongkiat goes into more examples of responsive web design in his post “30 Responsive Portfolios for Your Inspiration.”
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