20 Stunning design portfolios you MUST see before (re)designing yours

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How’s your design portfolio looking these days?

Are you behind on updating it, like me? Excellent! I love not being the only one. Or maybe you’re new to the game and haven’t set up your design portfolio yet.

Either way you’re in luck, because with the help of Semplice, my portfolio builder for designers, I’ve assembled a little collection of inspirational design portfolios that take a range of approaches to doing their job well.

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This collection spans the globe and crosses a wide variety of creative segments and aesthetics. Some make me laugh, some hypnotize me with their beauty and they all make me want to meet the people behind them.

That’s what makes a great design portfolio – it sells your work (and you) in a short amount of time. It’s a magic combination of images, language and attitude.

Check out these incredible design portfolios all made with the Semplice WordPress portfolio theme and get motivated to finally work on your own.

20 Design portfolio themes hand-picked for you

1. Taylor Franklin

Taylor’s design portfolio is creative, elegant and responsive.

As a professional designer, Taylor shows her personal portfolio items in a wonderful way, with full-screen cover images on her homepage.

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See the design portfolio now

2. Giulia Sagramola

Giulia uses the Semplice WordPress theme to create a professional design portfolio website and manage her blog.

As Giulia’s portfolio shows, Semplice enables you to create a wide variety of design portfolio layouts and build custom grids to showcase your designs in the best possible way.

See the design portfolio now

3. Johannes Leonardo

Johannes Leonardo used Semplice to create a professional agency portfolio website. They used a wide variety of Semplice features such as scroll and hover animations to showcase their beautiful case studies.

This portfolio is also a great example of using the custom code feature Semplice provides to add a little extra magic to your design portfolio.

See the design portfolio now

4. Cristian M. Garcia

Cristian’s portfolio design is responsive, clean and minimal. He uses a fullscreen slider with beautiful background videos on his homepage to immerse you in his work.

Using the latest Semplice 4 features, Cristian can easily adjust mobile breakpoints individually so his designs look great on any device.

See the design portfolio now

5. Jacob Lindblad

Jacob’s minimalist portfolio showcases his polished graphic design work, with subtle hover states and individual case studies for his projects. The Semplice visual content editor is great for any designer portfolio or creative website.

Hundreds of features have been developed to help you to create any design portfolio page within minutes.

See the design portfolio now

6. Ciara Phelan

Ciara’s personal design portfolio is modern and clean. She uses custom code to share a selection of categories on her Portfolio page.

Semplice is completely customizable, making it suitable for any variety of design portfolio, developer portfolio, photographer portfolio, makeup artist portfolio and more.

See the design portfolio now

7. Misha Shyukin

Misha used Semplice to create a visually appealing and unique design portfolio. He uses a mood-board style grid on the homepage, his work standing out and making a statement without saying a word.

As shown with Misha’s portfolio, Semplice is a modern and powerful multipurpose design portfolio theme for all sorts of projects.

See the design portfolio now

8. Adrian & Gidi

Adrian & Gidi’s design portfolio uses a flexible and elegant fluid grid that adapts to browser width.

With tons of features and options, this is just one of many ways Semplice allows you to make your portfolio unique.

See the design portfolio now

9. Las Coleccionistas

The Las Colleccionistas portfolio is a creative home for their work with animation, background video and inner pages fully-branded for their projects.

The Semplice visual composer is a drag and drop page builder. It’s fast and easy-to-use, allowing you to build customizable layouts for portfolio pages.

Even the navigation can be branded on each page to fully match your work.

See the design portfolio now

10. Luca Halma

Luca’s minimal portfolio approach is perfect for photography and design.

This portfolio is easy to use and concentrates on showcasing his work to potential clients, with a modern design and photo galleries which are supported iPhone, iPad, Android and desktop.

See the design portfolio now


SUMMERKID has a modern and clean personal portfolio.

She uses a full-screen cover slider on her homepage, a suitable approach for any personal portfolio, designer portfolio, developer portfolio, photographer portfolio and makeup artist portfolio.

See the design portfolio now

12. Violeta Noy

Violeta used the Semplice Studio edition to build her custom illustration portfolio. The Studio edition is one of the most popular packages ever released on Semplice, with features like Blocks that allow you to do more and build faster than other design portfolio themes.

Start by building your own templates, then repurpose them to build out more pages and save time.

See the design portfolio now

13. Schoener

Schoener’s website features a unique, one of a kind portfolio layout. Using custom CSS & HTML, schoener created a typography-heavy design that appears visually different.

Semplice gives you access to the WordPress files and code, so you can quickly and easily set up your website without a template and achieve your desired results.

See the design portfolio now

14. It’s mee

The ‘It’s mee’ portfolio uses the Portfolio Grid feature to showcase their work. This Semplice feature allows you to build a clean, super flexible and fully responsive page.

It’s suited for business websites and individuals who want to showcase their work on a neat portfolio site.

See the design portfolio now

15. La metropolitana

The Semplice portfolio builder features endless options which allow you to craft almost any imaginable design.

The powerful visual content editor lets you create a boutique-grade website like La metropolitana’s design in mere minutes.

See the design portfolio now

16. Milan Vuckovic

Milan uses the Semplice gallery module to share his case study work.

This is a perfect solution for all kinds of businesses from corporations, shop owners and small businesses to startups, artists and bloggers.

See the design portfolio now

17. Nikki Farquharson

Nikki uses the minimalist Semplice WordPress blog for her personal blog in her portfolio.

Semplice comes with a responsive layout, social media integration, navigation customizer, and gallery layout for images which makes it ideal for design portfolios like Nikki’s.

See the design portfolio now

18. Marina Rachello

Marina has a one-page portfolio, but it is far from minimalistic.

The Semplice single-page mode gives you all the flexibility and great power of WordPress flavored with top-notch design. You can quickly create a brilliant portfolio like Marina’s whether you’re a designer, photographer, illustrator or any other creative.

See the design portfolio now

19. Melissa Deckhert

Melissa’s responsive portfolio is great approach for any creative designer, with clean design and a minimal layout.

This minimalist style and mobile friendly design is achievable with Semplice’ customizable breakpoints feature.

See the design portfolio now

20. Tommy Parker

Tommy’s approach is great for any creative designer, with clean design and minimal layout.

Tommy uses the Semplice page transition feature to enhance his portfolio while maintaining a minimalist style and mobile friendly design.

See the design portfolio now

Build with Pride. Use Semplice.

Visit the Semplice Showcase to get more portfolio inspiration and see the best online portfolios built with Semplice.

Then join the family and get Semplice 4, the latest edition of this powerful WordPress-based portfolio builder. And be sure to post a comment below to let us know how you get inspiration for the process… and to show off your amazing design portfolio!

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About Tobias Van Schneider

Tobias is the co-founder of Semplice, a portfolio system by designers for designers. He writes about design and productivity on his blog, DESK. Tobias has had the privilege of working with companies like Red Bull, NASA, BMW, Google, Wacom, Sony, Toyota, Ralph Lauren, Bwin and more. Previously, he was lead product designer & art director at Spotify and served on the AIGA Board of Directors in New York. Find him @vanschneider on Twitter.

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  1. Ricky Schumacher says:

    I like your “short blurb,” I hate it when I come across a list post like this and there is no description as to the reasoning behind the choice.

    While a lot of these are outside of my ability, I do enjoy looking around for those little sparks of inspiration. In my opinion, I think that a lot of designer portfolios are a bit over the top just to be different, what do you think? I understand that you want to, and especially in this business – need to, stand out from the crowd, but often times I find myself overwhelmed by the design.

    Also, good timing! I’ve been working on my portfolio for the last few days, and this has been a great inspiration. I’ve seen some things that I want to incorporate, and some things that I’d like to avoid for my particular purpose.

    • Ricky,

      I completely agree – I hate to go to a list and not have any idea why each item is on the list!

      You’re right, some people go for different, some for fancy, cool, modern, etc. This is why I categorized them into different groups. You may, for example, like the minimalist look, so maybe you focus on those, while others are interested in sliding and moving parts so they check out that group. And you’re also absolutely right in that often we visit sites and find out what we DO NOT want on our own!

      Ideally, you’ll create a portfolio that fits your style, your audience, and your work.

      Good luck, and please do share when you’ve got something to show us!

  2. I would really like everyone to have a look at http://www.pepde.com and comment your opinions about it 🙂

    • Deepak,

      First, I really love the sliding yellow bar under the navigation. I also really like how you use yellow so well – the yellow/white combo is very difficult to pull of and you’ve done well.

      I feel like you lose a bit of real estate on the home page by having so much white space around your main “You are here…” I also think it would be great to carry your not-quite-circular shape throughout the website rather than having some circles and some unique shape.

      It would be cool if in your portfolio you could scroll through the projects in the pop-up box rather than having to click in/out and go through the animation. But I do like the horizontal scroll at the top of the website.

      In regards to your logo, the D for me is too abstract. If you hadn’t asked me to go to pepde.com, I would’ve told you your design studio is called Pep E. I don’t dislike the D shape or the bright, bold red, but I don’t get a D out of it, either.

      Also, not sure if this was on purpose, but your spelling of Jhon is (in English) incorrect (should be John). If Jhon makes more sense for your location in India, ignore me.

      Overall, you’ve got a very nice, clean site. Good luck to you!

      • Note: pull off, not pull of. Sorry.

      • April,

        Thanks a lot for such a detailed and true review on my design.

        I will definitely consider these opinions & fixes and include them when Im revamping the design especially the loss of white space in home page.

        Regarding the logo,I do know it is very difficult to figure out pepde from it still I don’t know why I love it so much that Im finding it hard to change but always I do try to come up with some solutions.

        I am sorry,can you point out where I had made the mistake jhon for john(it is the right way of spelling it) so that I can correct it.

        Once again thanks for taking time reviewing my website 🙂

        All my wishes for your work.

        • Deepak,

          You’re welcome!

          I certainly don’t dislike your logo, but it is hard to read. That’s for you to determine. 🙂 It’s yours!

          Your “John” error is on the contact page in the contact form – http://pepde.com/contact-us/ – super nit-picky, I know.

          Best wishes to you too!

  3. This will be great inspiration, as I am currently working on a new portfolio! I like the description lines, but personally I like these posts to include pictures of the website instead of tabbing every website and then come back here to see why you choose it. But that’s just me, anyways thanks!

    • Johnny,

      I don’t disagree with you, but I will say that would have been quite a bit more work!

      Also, I kind of wanted to focus on the name of the designer/business rather than the image of their portfolio. So often I see something neat and can’t remember the name or URL to return, so I thought by putting the focus on the name, perhaps it’ll stick with readers who designed the portfolio.

      Designers will always be the star in the shadows, but hopefully this helps get their names out there a bit more!

      Thanks for your input! Let us know if you find any particular favorites!

  4. Nice article! I am actually in the process of revamping my site(again) and this really gave me some insight.

  5. Rachel says:

    Great article. I only browsed through a few of the sites listed, but it was very informational. I’m finishing up my website/portfolio and your comment/the section on the Call to Action was the most helpful for me. Thanks for pulling this together!

    • Rachel,

      You’re welcome! Thanks for letting me know. We’d love to see your website when you release it to the world – post a link to it here!

  6. Great inspiration, I am definitely bookmarking this!

    Thanks for adding a minimal category, some of these sites are incredibly beautiful. I personally feel that some designers get *just a little* too “artsy fartsy” sometimes; I’ve even had clients comment on that. But to each their own.

    For the record, I was all about the grey BEFORE it was trendy 😉

    • Sheila,

      You’re welcome – I tried to include several categories as each designer has their own vision for their site, and sometimes experimenting out of your comfort zone is a good thing.

      Duly noted – you’re ahead of the trend. Must be that you created the fad! 🙂

  7. Wow! thanks a lot for including me in this list! and also love your comments, thanks again!!

    • Jenaro,

      You’re welcome – you certainly deserve the credit!

      Thanks for stopping by!

      PS – Your chair looks pretty comfy. Is it, and where did you get it?

  8. Great list of links.

  9. Thanks for including Authentic Style in the list. Much appreciated!

  10. Thanks mate. This is Rahul here, owner of iamrahul.com. You got some nice collections. All the best everyone.

  11. Hi April,

    Thank you so much for this great compilation, it will be very useful for me as I’m currently re-designing my website http://www.zapiram.es. I’ve always been a fanatical defender of flash technology, but for some incomprehensible reason it seems to be excluded from many new devices and operating systems… So it’s time to undertake the html and css adventure 🙂

    http://www.zapiram.es has been online with the same layout for almost five years now… I’m feeling like changing!!

  12. “I’m new to the Graphics World – so a big thank you for putting these out here … Cheers !!!”

  13. Great Collection . . . Nice site and inspirational.

  14. I like a designer’s website that makes the work itself pop, without a lot of distractions, and makes it quick and easy for potential clients to look through. I sometimes wonder if mine is just a little too boring though. What do you think? http://www.jhigginsdesign.com. Thanks for compiling this nice list!

    • Jane,

      I think the slideshow goes just a touch too fast. I feel like I don’t get enough time to absorb each image.

      I really like your site, but I think you can work to strengthen the home page. I really like your simplicity overall.

      Thanks for sharing – it can be scary to put yourself out there for review.

  15. i just Started my Graphic design site, http://giantdesign.biz , i hope i could learn more Tips and trick from you site…Thanks

  16. Great collection- its not often I go through all 50 websites on a “Top 50” list but this was well worthwhile. Thanks again.

  17. Some I liked, but many had cheesy effects and themes that distracted from the purpose of the site.

    • Dan,

      The purpose of this post was to highlight some of the great aspects of a variety of different websites and website styles. I hope that whether you liked them or didn’t, you took something positive away from the post.


  18. It’s perfect time to make some plans for the future and it is time to be happy. I have read this post and if I could I wish to suggest you few interesting things or tips. Maybe you could write next articles referring to this article. I desire to read even more things about it!

  19. Awesome list April 🙂 My fave are Sid Lee (have always loved their work), Kisko Labs, and Ben Hulse although they’re all great.

    I compiled a list of physical custom portfolios I’ve created in collabo with some great creatives http://kloportfolios.com/2013/01/top-21-custom-graphic-design-portfolio-books-pics/. A break from the digital!

  20. Interesting selections. I am wondering if I have to many samples on my site. It is, however, multipurpose, as i am looking for a position, but also am open to taking on clients.

  21. This is great. Any new examples of portfolios using responsive design?


  22. Wow. These are all really beautiful. Some great inspiration here and now I feel like my site is so basic and elementary that I’m glad I had already decided to redesign it. lol. Thanks!

  23. i do not profess to be a web designer, but some of the things that struck me about most of the sites selected are the clutter, confusion, and basic coldness most of them have. they seem to have sacrificed focus. realizing that they are trying to show case as much product as possible, it seems to come at the expense of my being willing to sort through the visual morass of too many unfocused web tricks, hoop jumps, and the indiscriminate use of the over used table function. another thing that i found bothersome is the praised minimalism. we are human beings who require some personal connection to anything in our envirenment we must interact with. minimalism is at root a fallback discription for the unwillingness or inability of the designer to supply the viewer with a context or reason for him or her to have an interest in the subject. minimalism is a very tired design fad that no one in the design profession has the courage to declare dead and a product of a long past error or era. since the end goal of most sites is to inform the viewer of the site’s subject matter and/or sell a product, most selected sites are so unfocused that these basic fuctions fail. lead the customer or viewer in a stepwise fashion through the site and he will make the decision the designer wants him to. provide too many confusing images and unnecessary trendy web tricks and the viewer/customer will do something else with his attention, time, and money. simple human interaction and traditional sales rules are always the paramount guidelines for convincing a viewer to continue doing the thing the designer wants him to.

    • Joseph,

      The purpose of this post is to highlight the many, varied types of portfolios one might endeavor to make. Each business has its own audience and goals and therefore tailor their portfolio to that audience.

      As such, I’ve provided a list of 50 portfolios that fit into several categories so as to have relevance for a wide audience and to challenge designers to think outside of their comfort zone when creating or redesigning their portfolios.

      There are certainly portfolios mentioned here that each person will and will not like. That doesn’t mean they’re ineffective or “bad,” it just means that we have different opinions and that’s a-okay.

      Hope you found something positive to take away from the post!

  24. Gonna go through all of these portfolios soon. Good stuff!

  25. Really like your list of blogs! It helped me a lot making mine at http://www.fatshape.com. I would be glad hearing any opinion, comment etc. Thanks!

  26. I am glad that I came across this posting. I’m working my way back into designing again after a 2-year hiatus and a job in a different industry. I just updated my portfolio, but as a designer, I almost feel like crumpling it up again.

    Like a previous reader mentioned, I too love the fact that you actually took the time to describe what it was that you liked about your picks. While researching for my most recent design, I would try to take my own notes while looking for inspiration, only to find myself overwhelmed and borderline brain dead.

    Feel free to take a look at mine as well. I’m always open to suggestions!

  27. Very good list of portfolios!
    Has a great range of quality designs, it did help me complie a few things on my new portfolio site take a peak – http://deanlynn.com – let me know your thoughts!

    • Dean,

      Very nice. If I may, a few suggestions:
      – The scrolling element doesn’t fit in the box.
      – The bottom feels like it needs some more polish. Everything else is very designed, but the text and footer are just text – no textures, no fancy header, etc.
      – In America, we spell tailor-made with an ‘o,’ not an ‘e.’ Is it different in the UK?
      – Your blog page header is off-centered with the rest of the page.

      Really nice layout! Thanks for sharing!

  28. Good designs gives me lot of help for creating my own portfolio nice work . I recommend this to all who wanted to create their own portfolio plz read this article first.

  29. Wow, this was really inspirational! Thank you! I am still just a beginner, but I really love seeing such strong design work for inspiration. I would love to be half as good as these designers.

  30. This is really beautiful, I like what I see. Good job

  31. Your links are very helpful, thanks!

    My website is a work in progress… any comments would be helpful. Trying to code it myself though I am a beginner.

  32. Very inspirational sites. I wish my website http://www.fahadkhalid.com also should have been there 🙂

  33. I dislike my (our) site and am in school to learn the tools to change. I am at a point of “Portfolio” and really enjoyed the journey of this set of sites and how you provide guidance to inspire a look.
    Maybe when I have completed my course and Portfolio I might end up on your excellent venue.

  34. LOVE, love this article. I appreciate it!
    LOVED: http://www.nineliondesign.com/

  35. This is a great collection of websites! Thank you for sharing and explaining what you liked about each site. Especially because I’m in the middle of putting my website together. Hope to share it soon. 🙂

  36. Amazing examples! Check out this too: http://diorama-studio.com

  37. Good post. I learn something new and challenging on websites I stumbleupon everyday.
    It’s always interesting to read through content from other writers
    and practice a little something from other websites.

  38. Great collection of portfolios. I enjoy to take a look at them. Thanks.

  39. I found the websites to be too much of a random search to understand the designer. I was not willing to take the journey. I do not find any of these websites to be successful. The navigation was terrible. I did not know where to click. Some clicks worked while others went no were. I also did not like the multiple windows that opened in some of the sites. I feel that more importance was spent of trying to look cutting edge rather than to showcase the designers work.

  40. Hey! this is amazing portfolios list. just checkout this one “http://responsivecss.net/”, hope you will like the collection of responsive designs.

  41. Nice web designs you listed here. I am planning to update my website and here I find great ideas of web design which should be consider.

  42. Molla Jafar Sadique says:

    The graphic design portfolios are from many brunches of design. It would be great if it is classified e.g web design etc.

  43. Good portfolios for inspiration.

  44. Great! Thanks for listing such useful information.

  45. David carjon says:

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  46. Insensitivity says:

    Thank you! I have long felt this way.

    I cannot stand these proud ‘GEEK’ designers and their whole nerd sub-culture which has taken over not only design, but movies, music, architecture and anything to do with aesthetics.

    • Yeah, those proud designers and their really well built online content. how dare they!

      ever heard of building an actual CAREER bub?

  47. Nice free WordPress themes & good themes details!!!

  48. gwenasia gadsden says:

    Thanks so much for showing all of these unique design portfolios, but I have a dilemma that I’m hoping you could help me out with. I’m just now starting to build my own portfolio site and I’m running into the problem of my name being too long. Is there anything against having a unique hosting name instead of:
    your full name (graphic designer).com ? Is it unprofessional?

  49. Very inspirational site.thanks april

  50. Hi April Greer !

    As I am a Graphic Designer, You inspired me a lot of by these portfolio. These are really creative segments. Hope, I can share my portfolio with you soon. Thanks

  51. Clarissa says:

    Hi Millo

    Thank you for an excellent article.

  52. Jenny wall says:

    Hi, I’m in Maine too and looking for branding design and graphics for a new business I want to launch.

  53. Nice Article! Great inspiration thanks for sharing!

  54. Great article. It is absolutely important to understand the role a great design towards a successful business. A great design can have some quick wins.

  55. This is really an informative blog for all the beginners. The blog is absolutely fantastic. Lots of great information which can be helpful to understand about web design.
    Thanks for sharing.

  56. I really really like your collections. Some of them inspired me as well. I’m completely redesigning my portfolio.

  57. Now a day unique and stunning designs becomes a vital part of business. This article helps to know about the web design services in India, which helps to improve the various business services.

  58. Hey Rebecca, great content and even better design collection. Love, love, love them. I was inspired by some of the design ideas on here. Thanks for putting this together.

  59. Thank you for this post I’ve finally got the motivation to create more impressive designs☺

  60. Great collection.

    If any of you graphic designers are looking for a printer that can (sometimes) get you better pricing than your vendors due to their purchase volume, give Printingworx® a try!

  61. Aurobindo Ghosh says:

    Please could you show me how portfolios for a print designers are made? I am an experienced Graphic Designer who has made many print based designs so it will be grateful of you to show some of the print designers portfolio

  62. With the advancement in adaptable Internet usage comes the subject of how to build locales suitable for all customers. The business response to this request has ended up being responsive web design, generally called Responsive web design.

  63. Thank you for the good writeup. It if truth be told used
    to be a leisure account it. Glance advanced to more brought agreeable from you!
    By the way, how can we communicate?

  64. wow! awesome collection 😉

  65. Aw, tһis was an extremely good post. Taking
    the time and actual effort to maқe a good article…
    but what can I say… І put things off a whole lot and never sеem to get nearly anything done.

  66. Nice collection of portfolios.
    It helped me design my portfolio.

  67. Thanks for adding my template “Jason”.

  68. This is my portofolio

  69. All are very nice with good ideas.
    I also try to make my Portfolio. Need your know if this is OK. http://www.sahars.net

  70. Hello april,
    Thank you so much for this HELPFUL tutorial. 😍😍😍
    Your inspirational design portfolios are really appreciable.

    I am a logo designer, personally, sometimes I need to redesign my designed logos according to my client’s requirement.

    logoai.com is an awesome online logo maker. This is so much easy to use. The most benefit to use it is: designers can save time & also can receive quality designs with logoai.com in a few minutes!

  71. these are all very nice but they seem like very niche type designs, a lot of illustration and posters. To get a job you need to showcase a full brand execution. A lot of nice stuff but too artsy for a lot of real world applications. I know this because ever since i graduated design school where i could let my creativity run wild, i had to scale that back and find a nice medium between getting a clients message across and applying my own style within a certain time constraint.


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