Paris based Designer & Art Director Jonathan Da Costa got a new portfolio website. It’s based on Squarespace which is not that spectacular but – in this case – it does work out very well. Nice and seamleass presentation of work with an «app-like» look & feel.
Check out the new portfolio of Creative Director and Designer Sang Han from St. Louis, Missouri. Sang Han is a very talented and experienced creative who got a lot of great work under his belt. Currently he’s on the move to California where he’ll be joining Apple. Very impressive! On top of that Sang Han is a judge for Awwwards and a very reliable source of tweets about great design. You better start following him now.
Mark Tuthill is a Creative Director and Copywriter based in Dublin, Ireland. Being a person who is creative with words he surely knows how to introduce himself and his work. Mark added a nice «Play» section to his quite impressive showcase. And let’s not forget the beautiful design of his new website with a simple yet very slick interface. Enjoy your stay!
Kasper Schou-Jensen is an interactive design student at the Danish School of Media and Journalism living in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. His new portfolio website showcases some real talent. Really well done but he better be warned: the Nineties might call wanting their 3D-ish At sign back.
Jennifer Schelter is a Philadelphia based Creative Educator for coaching, vinyasa yoga, meditation and writing. She tries to facilitate mindful and strategic conversations everyday for personal achievement, growth and well-being. Her beautiful new website was created by Jory Kruspe.
Mustafa Demirkent is a Backend and Frontend Developer originally from Cyprus, currently working at R/GA London. His new portfolio website is quite a must-see. Nice design, nice works and on top of that some very cool transitions and 3D-ish effects.
Derek Boateng is a London based freelance interactive digital designer. His new portfolio site is one of a kind. The simple minimal and flat design approach works out great, although Google’s Quicksand font might look a little bit too thin occasionally. Last but not least, there are some really fine works inside.