20 inspiring graphic design portfolios you need to see

Get inspired to create your own graphic design portfolio by checking out these stunning examples.

Whether you’re just venturing out in graphic design, dabbling in it as a freelancer, or have years of industry experience, having an online portfolio to showcase your design work is absolutely essential if you want to secure potential clients and eventually scale your reach as a graphic designer.

But not just any design portfolio will do. You want something that embodies your talents and essence as a designer, something that immediately demonstrates your skill set, versatility, and range, defines your brand identity as a graphic designer, and functions as your digital business card.

Achieving all those goals in your portfolio website is harder than you’d think — especially when graphic design is your trade! If you’re in search of some inspiration for your graphic design portfolio website, look no further.

Down below are 20 inspiring graphic design portfolio examples, all of which were beautifully crafted using Webflow.

1. Eun Jeong Yoo

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Kicking off our list we’re taking a look at Eun Jeong Yoo’s mesmerizing portfolio website. Yoo’s online portfolio is minimal in web design and tasteful in its highly stylized typography.

Yoo’s design work truly speaks for itself. As you scroll, you unveil a captivating display of Yoo’s artistry as each graphic design piece is revealed.

This stylistic yet minimalist approach in web design puts Yoo’s work at the center of attention — which it completely deserves.

2. damn website

An image of the "damn" website homepage.

If a name could speak for itself, it is most certainly Nando’s damn website. Nando’s gaudy yet tasteful vaporwave-esque design is a testament to fully showcasing your brand identity and design skills as a graphic designer.

Nando ties in the motif of “damn” by employing choice repetition of the word alongside visual design elements to further support his claim of being a damn good designer.

And it works! His portfolio website is a complete representation of his bold artistic approach to design, competency as a graphic designer, and overall personality as a highly imaginative individual.

3. Rani Vestal’s design portfolio (motion warning)

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Next on our list is Rani Vestal’s wonderfully cheeky online portfolio. Vestal’s portfolio perfectly encapsulates the sentiment that your work is a representation of you!

Never be afraid to put your full personality on display for your website portfolio as your personality transcends to your design process and approach in your work.

Vestal incorporates cheerful motion graphics throughout the entirety of her website — without overkill. It proves to onlookers that she makes keen decisions in her strategy as a creative director.

The cheeky motion graphic of her playfully bobbing back and forth as she smiles with cheerful text encircling the GIF is a fitting introduction to both Vestal and her design work.

4. Matt Guyette

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If you’re not one with a flair for the dramatic and want a more minimal yet high-quality way to demonstrate your best work online, then look no further than Matt Guyette’s portfolio website.

Similar to Yoo’s design approach, Guyette lets his notable design projects speak for themselves. Brand identity is Guyette’s forte. In just a few words, you can define Guyette’s brand as functionality meets class meets professionalism.

5. Alex Fisher

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Alex Fisher’s online portfolio is a breathtaking visual display of a graphic designer’s and illustrator’s artistic prowess.

Visiting Fisher’s website is like stepping into a time capsule reminiscent of a classic fairy tale. Its feminine and eloquent elements are perfectly complemented by hints of a whimsical innocence that you’d find in a Disney classic. Her artistry and website alike will leave you in awe, wishing this was your own portfolio.

Fisher’s site beautifully and brilliantly functions as a visual testament to her creative and artistic talent. Do yourself a favor and visit this gorgeous website for yourself.

6. Roos Beeldt

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Roos Beeldt’s online portfolio evokes a spunky sentiment similar to the American pop art movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Beeldt uses typography, various shapes, hover effects, and colors to demonstrate her creative approach as a graphic designer and illustrator throughout the site’s design.

This is seen most notably in Beeldt’s creative take on the services section on her homepage. Beeldt incorporates the hover effect and shapes to guide visitors to select one of the services she offers. Her attention to detail and unique take on visual cues within web design are made evident by the way she reframes the site’s narrative flow to fit her style as an artist and her brand identity.

7. Be Kind Design

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Next on our list is Be Kind Design, a design studio known for turning frowns upside down since 1986, and it shows! While the design is simplistic, its functionality and content design make it stand out.

By featuring a homepage, social media icons, and case studies, Be Kind Design strips down its online portfolio to only the bare necessities — and for good reason. The case studies featured are some of their best work. They are incredibly detailed and stunningly put together, showing viewers their deep knowledge in art direction, graphic design, and product design.

8. Sierra Plese

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Sierra Plese is an award-winning graphic designer with years of industry experience. What makes Plese’s portfolio most memorable is her employment of textured geographic shapes to serve as a visual design motif, a nod to the principles of graphic design.

The addition of hover effects for these textured shapes breathes life into her portfolio, making it feel a bit playful. These effects transform an already good design into a great design.

9. Annie Szafranski

An image of Annie Szafranski's portfolio.

Immediately upon opening Annie Szafranski’s website portfolio, the first thing to catch your eye is the typography. 

Her portfolio serves as a perfect example of how you can effectively use typography as the central theme for a design.

If you’re at a loss as to how you should design your portfolio website, choosing typography to complement the white space and layout is a great way to infuse personality into your design.

10. Andreas Gaida

An image of Andreas Gaida's portfolio.

Andreas Gaida is a freelance graphic designer, art director, and web designer with a clean and modern portfolio website that exhibits his expertise.

While his design is more muted in comparison to other graphic design portfolios on the list, the content design within the site is what makes his portfolio worth mentioning. Take a look for yourself and you’ll come to appreciate his play on layout and content — both of which beautifully come together to create a functional site without sacrificing the appeal of modern design.

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11. Cristiaan the Designer

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Cristiaan the Designer’s play with white space, typography, color, and layout should not be overlooked. Her choice of typeface brings her online portfolio together in a unique and playful way. 

12. Sylvain de la Porte

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Sylvain de la Porte is a French web and graphic designer with over 15 years of industry experience. 

His site is exquisitely designed, combining motion graphics and scrolling effects that both captivate and intrigue viewers. De la Porte tactfully fills the folds of each page’s layout with content relevant to the viewer that is also pleasant to the eye, and that takes skill that isn’t acquired overnight.

13. Travis McClure

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Travis McClure is an Austin-based graphic designer specializing in brand identity, logo design, package design, and illustration. And while his portfolio may appear simplistic, his case studies are the true champion of his site.

The layout for his case studies differs from the homepage, about, and contact pages — a design choice that was executed marvelously. His side-by-side layout of an aesthetic still juxtaposed by a detailed brief on his design process demonstrates to viewers how to effectively deviate from the more traditional page layouts and structures we so often see in sites.

14. Graphic Department

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Graphic Department is a German design studio with a simplistic yet effective online portfolio. And while the site is only available in German, its minimalist design makes the site’s navigation effortless and easy to comprehend.

15. Tony Mayer

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Tony Mayer is a New York-based freelance web and graphic designer with a lineup of work that can only be described as impressive. And this translates to his online portfolio, specifically his case studies and how he makes elements within the mockups of his case studies interactive.

While this subtle inclusion of motion may appear insignificant to some, it serves as a visual theme within his portfolio website’s narrative. It’s employed with the arrow at the bottom of his site’s page and, most importantly, immediately upon redirecting to his homepage. This is an excellent way to add subtle hints of flair and vigor to your graphic design portfolio site.

16. Mauricio Barreto (motion warning)

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For another example of exercising subtle accents of flair, check out Mauricio Barreto’s online portfolio. Though his homepage isn’t exactly subtle, you will find little Easter eggs of personality throughout the rest of his site through hovering over text items or searching in the site’s white space.

What’s particularly fun is how Barreto guides the visitor on his contact page. Instead of using a traditional form for someone to fill in their contact information, Barreto facetiously uses pixel arrows that literally point visitors in the direction of his Instagram. Who needs a boring old contact form when you have pixel arrows to guide potential clients to your Insta’s DMs?

17. BMCVR

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BMCVR is led by Brendon Cleaver, a New Zealand-based graphic designer. What’s fascinating about Cleaver’s portfolio is its inconsistent design. In theory, inconsistent design is a poor choice, but it is executed so well that it wonderfully showcases Cleaver’s range and versatility as a graphic designer.

Don’t judge a book by its cover, they say, and that’s for certain. At first glance, Cleaver’s site appears to be a basic grid style template you’d find on just about any web builder platform. However, after navigating through the site, you peel back metaphorical layers and step into Cleaver’s creative psyche. It’s hectic, yet fun, tugging at your curiosity and excitement as you eagerly navigate from page to page, desiring to take in more of Cleaver’s creativity and enigmatic essence.

18. David Klaus (motion & photosensitivity warning)

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A simple paragraph wouldn’t do justice when it comes to describing this online portfolio. Web designer and digital artist David Klaus’ portfolio is where profound artistry meets the digital medium, where creativity truly has no bounds when given the means to, well, create. And create is precisely what Klaus did.

19. Harry Moses (motion warning)

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Harry Moses’ portfolio website is reminiscent of high fashion editorial spreads you’d find in magazines such as Vogue or during promos for fashion week in New York and Paris.

Moses’ skill set as a brand designer, digital designer, and art director is made evident through his online portfolio. Moses uses text and layout as the primary narrative devices within the site. This is genius. Imagery is appropriately hidden within each project’s case study, found after clicking and subsequently scrolling to reveal high-quality visuals relevant to each study.

20. WW Studios portfolio template

Last but certainly not least is this portfolio website template by WW Studios. Not only is the template a wholesome visual treat for the eye, but it also communicates a playfully creative nature.

Create the next best graphic design portfolio

There you have it, our list of 20 inspiring graphic design portfolios. Each of these website portfolios was made with Webflow. If you want to learn just how to create your own portfolio, consider enrolling in our 2021 design portfolio course.

We offer a comprehensive 21-day course that will teach you how to build and visually design a full portfolio website. Enrollment is completely free, and we update the course periodically with more relevant content. Check it out for yourself to get started visually building your own portfolio website today!

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