Freelance Graphic Designers websites

May 31, 2015
Toles Legal – Brand Identity

One thing that has always amazed me when I have been on the hunt for a freelance designer, was how some of them rarely bothered to make their own homepages visually appealing. You would think that a great designer would consequently have a great website, but more often than not, this is not the case.

Surprising, considering the fact that the webpage of a designer is basically an advertisement of their own design ability. Admittedly, the portfolio is where most of them focus their energies, but at the end of the day the first thing a future client sees is the website, so it makes sense to make it great.

These websites do that very well. So well infact that they are in my opinion, some of the best on the web! Check them out and let me know what you think in the comments!

Caitlin McEvoy

First off, i cannot believe how young this talented designer is. Only 21! The way she has designed the site is a personal style preference of mine. Letting the design do the talking. And boy does it speak for itself. The designs shown, use typography incredibly well. There is also a great use of color within the examples designs on the page aswell. It goes to show that good use of these two things almost completely compensate for a lack of other design elements. They, when done well, bring life to an otherwise black and white page. In short, this is minimalism the way it should be done.

TapTap Design

Two things i love about this design. 1. The simplicity of it. and 2. The use of color. The blue is very easy on the eye and mixes very well with the very contrasting black. All around, a very effective freelancer site.


You know a designer is ballsy when they use a color like the one used on this site. It is pulled off VERY well though, in my opinion. If i was looking for a web designer, this site would make me want to know more, because it strikes my attention with the dominant color and graphics that it uses. It is making a firm statement, with the brave use of a single, dominant color, something that says a lot about the firm that is behind it. It also engages you instantly, which is useful when your prospective clients may have MULTIPLE tabs open at once.

Danny Diablo

I don’t usually like black as a color choice for websites, mostly because it has a slightly negative/dark feel to it. But with the light gradient and orange/white complimentary colors, it seems to work for this site quite well.

Graphic Designer Maidenhead freelance graphic desi
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Freelance Graphic Designer Auckland, Wellington, Nelson NZ
Freelance Graphic Designer Auckland, Wellington, Nelson NZ
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