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Remember that oh so popular trend from 2012: parallax scrolling and animation? Well, like all good trends it can be a handy tool in the designer’s toolbox. In this case, designer and animator Ali Pordeli uses the approach to bring …
It’s really hard to get a handle on just how many agency websites are out there. Some days I’m truly shocked at the sheer quantity of them—it’s a monster category with room for all ranges of work. One agency you …
At the Creative Freelancer Conference, Mark O’Brien will teach freelance designers how to build their businesses with a content-based website.
The best way to stand out on the web is to make sure your website doesn’t look anything like the competition. In a world where design trends, layout structures and visual styles are constantly being imitated, it can be hard …
On its portfolio website, this creative agency claims to specialize in “outstanding visuals across all media.” Fortunately, the website design backs up that claim.
Storytelling as a creative mechanism is a web design trend that continues to gain popularity. You might not view this website, for Texas print/interactive agency Always Creative, as a textbook example of the approach, and it isn’t. It is, however, …
I review a lot of portfolio websites for interactive designers, graphic designers and other creative pros—typically because they tend to be edge-pushing and awesome. Then there are cases like this promotional website for Brian Benitez, where a simple package with …
Thanks to a large (and interesting) photo on the homepage, web designer/developer Daniel Filler’s portfolio site makes him into a person, not a service-provider.
Designer Matthew D. Williams created a great-looking portfolio website using responsive web design principles.