Having a personal website is a great way to showcase tech & web design skills. A personal website is a great tool; a great way to publish your content and find a good aesthetic for your skills or portfolio.
So if you’re trying to create a personal website check out the examples below and get some inspiration.
Brandon Johnson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences at Brown University. His research is focused mainly on impact cratering, which is arguably the most pervasive geologic process in the solar system.
This is a great website to showcase his work and publications.
Alvaro Trigo is a web developer who aims to combine the beauty of design with the logical perfection of coding.
His one-page site has all the elements to position him as a great coder.
Andrews proves that less is more. Using “six-word stories” on his personal website, he gives a great review of himself in a super digestible format.
Lexi is a creative storyteller with strikingly diverse experiences, having worked at companies ranging in size, scope, and mission. Her background is in bold product marketing and product management. Which is the TL;DR way of saying she is the “super glue” between business & technical teams. Her superpowers are multi-faceted. Weaving a compelling narrative along the way.
Gary is doing SEO and his personal website looks like Google. What a creative way to showcase his skills! And he’s also giving you free tips & tricks.
Ok! The animations here are simply crazy!
Daniel Spatzek is a freelance graphic designer and art director from Austria, and his site does a brilliant job of showing off both his design and web skills. Using plenty of WebGL and CSS tricks to bring everything to life, it’s a selection box of hot web techniques that’s packed with animation, but all put together in a restrained way so as not to overload the viewer.
They are a creative studio focusing on culture, luxury, editorial & art. Somewhere between sophistication and simplicity.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on the selection. And if you stumbled across a great looking website, let us know in the comments 🙂