This portfolio website has pretty good typography on it. The extensive pages about certain projects also look nice and flow really well. It gives me ideas for how I could maybe arrange dedicated pages for larger projects. Also on the pages with mostly images he, instead of resizing or cropping the images to one size, tries arranges the images in interesting way.
These two pages are both long articles discussing city lighting and energy consumption respectively. The purpose and overall form of these websites aren’t much like what I have in mind for a portfolio website. But, I really like they how these sites feel. Their use of illustration and sort of hand-painted backgrounds and textures create a feeling of looking through a children’s book. The typography is also fantastic, not that I can read it or anything.
This portfolio website isn’t very flashy, but its looks pretty great. All of the relevant information is easy to find and the project pages keep a nice and unified look through the site.
This website is beautifully minimal and the typography is very well done at a large screen filling scale.
The illustrations on this website are obviously really good. But, the uniformly spaced containers of content are very visually pleasing. The colors and typographical choices are also really inspiring.
This website has a nice background that creates a lot of depth. The information is also organized nicely.