Kieran’s site is really well polished, with an easy to digest introduction that quickly allows visitors to find out what he does and how he can help them.
I like the little details added to this profile section – the printers marks on the image, and the little date/location widget to show where he’s based in a different way.
The work is shown in a side-scrolling carousel, with a lovely image chosen for each. It’s easy to quickly get an idea of his style and dive into the projects.
A key part of a freelancer’s portfolio is communicate the services offered – Kieran does this really well, with his services clearly defined and explained.
It’s also nice to see this section on personal projects – a simple table with details and links to the projects – showing he’s got skin in the game, whilst not distracting from the main purpose of the site.
Into the case studies: they’re structured well and have a great balance between text and visuals, making them easy to digest and leaving a good impression with potential clients.
At the end of a case study, the ‘up next’ section makes it easy to keep browsing through his work.
The Services section does a really great job of clearly explaining how you can work with Kieran – going into lots of detail with thorough explanations, FAQs and concrete deliverables to help potential clients know what to expect.
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