The portfolio design of this project.
I kept it as simple as possible by showcasing their most recent project on top and some of their selected work below in large thumbnails with the ability to filter them by tags.
Just if that wasn't enough to convince you to work with them, some testimonials from their past clients should do the trick and right after that, a beautiful "Get in touch" button.
Portfolio tip: never display ALL your past projects. Always show your best work. Preferably around 2-4 projects with a well-written case study for each of them. Most people are not aware of the projects depth by just looking at some screenshots. You have to break it down for them. If it's a redesign project, make sure to include the old version, if you designed the whole project from scratch, make sure to include any wireframes or sketches you had. Anything that makes it easier to understand all the important decisions you made in order to produce your vision.
UPDATE: Check out the project page
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