From a 1940′s house in the back-streets of Wellington, New Zealand, Freelancer Nick de Jardine works with a range of clients, agencies & collaborators from around the globe. Nick has recently launched his new website. Excellent body of work, excellent presentation. Kudos! Source code NSFW
Jen Lu is a Creative Mutant working at Droga5 in New York City. She is also the hell of an art director and illustrator. Recently she launched her new portfolio website. Volume 3 feels like oldschool Flash, but in a good way. Rad GIF action and pixel fonts included. Great works, really nice website. Site credits: Lasse Korsgaard
Higher and Higher provides creative and strategic support to the brazilian photographer Mario Testino, helping to turn his vision into reality. And Higher and Higher is also a sweet sub-portfolio, clean and lean with a slick interface. Site credits: Marc Kremers, Uli Schöberl and Jesse Kanda
Jamie McLellan runs a small product and furniture design consultancy in the heart of downtown Auckland, New Zealand. His works are pretty adorable and so is his brand new website. Finest web design made in New Zealand, crafted by the great Sons&Co.
Zofia Chylak is a designer from Warsaw, Poland who specializes in fashion design and custom tailoring. She recently got a new clean and lean website. Nice job by Adam Widmanski.
Con Gas is the portfolio of young digital designer Rasmus Anker from Copenhagen, Denmark. Rasmus is currently studying Interactive Design at The Danish School of Media and Journalism. His nice new portfolio site really showcases that he’s got quite some potential. Way to go!
We Love Noise is the portfolio of interactive art director Luke Finch from Manchester, UK. Say hello to his brand new website. Nice presentation of work and a playful interface approach.
Making a nice impression can be simple. At least Interactive product designer Andrew McCarthy knows how to do it. A simple, colorful and quite cool CSS scroll animation does the trick. Nice website.
Andi Mayr is a photographer from Pfronten, Germany. Back in late 2012 he got a beautiful new portfolio site. And more recently he launched an interesting new project named DIY. So more or less, this is sort of a double feature. Make sure you check them both out. Credits: Lena Kraus & Florian Sommer
Andreas Kleiberg is a young & talented photographer based in Oslo, Norway. His new portfolio site is exciting and excellent. Click, scroll, rotate and swipe whatever you want, it’s all there. Terrific stuff! The site was designed by Bleed and developed by Værsågod.