Web Designer Portfolios: 2012 Edition
Tyler Smith’s website is awesome starting from the refreshable header. Minimal, well-aligned and responsive design.
Beautiful minimal website which really focuses on presenting designer’s work. Of course, a nominee for designawwwards
Big headlines, strong layout and awesome typography. Adam Coulombe really make great ideas happen.
Took a notice of this design while searching for good icons (that’s right, Jeremy SallÈe also creates wonderful icons). Very popular layout but with few great tweaks.
Excellent color scheme and use of typography. I particularly love the navigation and it stays the same in mobile version.
Bold headlines and beautiful grid of monochrome work thumbnails. Also a nominee for design awwwards
Clean design with clear message thanks to the typography.
Portfolio focusing fully on showing off work. Navigation has some nice jQuery effects.
Simple grid-based layout with work in center. Also a decent list of CSS/web award featured in the footer.
Website might seem scattered at the first glance but I find it engaging and creative.
Danilo Marinaccio uses bold headlines and pleasant colors and the overall effect is great.
It might look a bit clumsy at the beginning but there’s something appealing in this website. Huge typography is definitely trendy.
Nice, pixel-perfect blog type portfolio, a nominee for design awwwward
Huge welcome sign, textured background, ribbons – all of it is still trendy. jQuery accordion menu makes it easy to navigate site.
Minimal black and white design which just makes you click on those thumbnails.
One of the few dark schemed websites in list. Navigation powered with horizontal accordion. A thing I don’t like though is the full size portfolio view.
Subtle and well aligned design which makes you feel like home. Be sure to check About page, it’s awesome.
Kind of like standard layout but with really creative solutions.
Clean and minimal layout with all accents on showcasing designer’s work.
Cool single page layout powered with vertical accordion. Plus a great use of textures and typography