10 Stunning New Portfolio Designs for October 2017
Oct 13th, 2017
Portfolio site designs are ever-evolving and are home to some of the most creative and forward-thinking aesthetics on the web. We are currently seeing a various number of trends rise to fruition, not least around the use of emphatic typography and bold color usage. There’s also currently a great deal of overlapping graphical elements and custom artwork making its way into portfolio designs.
In this article, we are going to round up ten of the most stunning new portfolio designs in October for your inspiration.
Otto Nassar’s portfolio design is certainly eye-catching. The enlarged body text is impactful against the daring combination of greens, yellows, and oranges behind.
BRAVE NEW WORLD
BRAVE NEW WORLD’s portfolio design uses a less-common color palette of paper-brown and black. The overall visuals and angled typography have similarities with the brutalist design trend.
Parametro’s website uses a monochrome color scheme and simple motion graphics. It’s concise and effective in conveying the brand and message.
Jony’s portfolio uses overlapping elements throughout, as well as effective use of imagery. The site’s colors are bold throughout and reminiscent of the palette used for teletext.
Dries Van Broeck
Dries’ portfolio makes it abundantly clear that he is a motion designer, with the beautiful animations and interactions throughout. The red and white text works beautifully against the navy background.
This full-width design by George Hastings is spot-on in its execution of typographical elements. The beautiful glowing orb that graces the background adds some unique visual interest.
Lg2’s website is unique in the way it situates navigation items around the main frame of content. The combination of bright red and faded beige compliments the design perfectly.
Pooliestudios’ portfolio uses emphatic serif typography to create a more traditional design direction. The combination of fun, text-shaped photography is a memorable addition.
This digital creative studio portfolio incorporates heavy use of gradients and a delightfully simple visual which tracks the user’s mouse without inhibiting user experience.
Skinn’s agency website combines beautifully executed photography with semi-overlapping elements and a bold, emphatic tagline. The result is simple but highly impressive and professional.