Online Portfolios
February 4, 2006 10:07 PM   Subscribe

Online portfolios - what are the good, creative ones out there?

I'm thinking of reworking my portfolio and I could use some inspiration. I'm more a content person, so any creative use of content (unique content, creative arrangements of content, etc) is most useful, but design inspiration is good too.

Thank you!
posted by divabat to Computers & Internet (4 answers total) 7 users marked this as a favorite
I'll go ahead and pimp the site of a colleague of my wife. The site has a clever use of the navigation menu. It's informational as a text paragraph and also functional as directions to each sub page.

You can see it all at
posted by qwip at 11:11 PM on February 4, 2006

Speak Up just had a pretty good post on this.

a link to mine is in my profile
posted by rschroed at 12:13 AM on February 5, 2006

I've always liked minimalist portfolios. Unless it's a designer, I usually just want to see the actual work and see it as quickly as possible. I suspect many employers would say the same thing. The only example that comes to mind right now is the photography of Nash Baker.

Anyway, I think it's much easier for complex things to look bad than it is for simple things. I say that kind of as something to consider, but also because I think this thread might fill with links to flashy flash sites. Not that there's anything wrong with that; it just doesn't do it for me anymore.
posted by bloggboy at 12:37 AM on February 5, 2006

netdiver - portfolio section

Fresh hot design from design taxi

digital thread and designhaus

favorite website awards - includes many portfolios

media inspiration has a section with portfolios

2004 design awards from
posted by madamjujujive at 7:26 AM on February 5, 2006

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