I really like how Michael’s portfolio site shows off his impressive list of achievements in design, without having to ‘sell’ too hard.
A nicely arranged, sideways-scrolling group of images give us some insight into Michael’s working life, and transitions nicely into a clear, concise summary of who he is as a designer.
Keep scrolling down and we get a nice bold grid layout of projects. Super simple content here: one image + a one line description.
This gives off a confident vibe – Michael doesn’t need to go into too much detail with full case studies to come across as a professional and talented design leader.
A resumé of notable brands and projects rounds off the page, with cool use of sticky positioning on the titles as you scroll through the lists.