Shoutout to fellow Yorkshire-man Jordan’s portfolio site, which does a great job of communicating his skills.
He kicks things off with a super clear, buzzword-free introduction of what he does.
There’s a nice effect with large type to break up the page, and the featured projects sliding up over the top.
I really liked this Dribbble section – a great way to show quick visual snippets of current work and get an idea of his style without having to dig too far.
The main Work page has a nice minimal list of projects, with gorgeous full-screen imagery showing up on hover.
The case study pages are great – just enough text to give a good insight into the project, but not too much that it becomes boring to read.
The work is presented beautifully, with lots of variety to the layouts and well-sized images to make it easy to see the details of each design.
Jordan’s Profile page does a good job of adding some more detail about his background, and the Insta section is a nice touch to show some personal photography and add some character.
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