Website Template Mockups

These are my 3 mockups for the design of my new personal portfolio. I have done a mock up of 3 of the sections that will be available:

Home page:

The home page of my new online portfolio design
The home page of my new online portfolio design

Blog page:

The blog section on my new portfolio website
The blog section on my new portfolio website

Portfolio page:

The portfolio section of the new layout. The portfolio images will be faded out and fade in when the user moves the mouse over them. If a user views that item specifically they are permanently full opacity.
The portfolio section of the new layout. The portfolio images will be faded out and fade in when the user moves the mouse over them. If a user views that item specifically they are permanently full opacity.
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2 thoughts on “Website Template Mockups”

  1. So just wondering where your portfolio is?

    If your going to have the domain name matthewbrown.com.au at least post some cool design work?

    I’m obviously a graphic designer and yep my name is matthew brown.

    So much lime green!! Adobe Kuler can help you do some nice colour matching…could come in handy.

    Also check out http://www.mikeyburton.com He’s a kick ass graphic designer or maybe http://www.frankchimero.com to get some ideas. Remember simplicity.Take care.

  2. Hey Matt,

    I’m a web designer myself, my portfolio is primarily at http://terramedia.com.au at the moment. However, it is a long way out of date due to my being extremely busy. The aim of this blog is to ultimately provide a separate portfolio that is work solely done by me – the portfolio at TerraMedia is primarily done by me anyway, but there are some things where I have contracted a graphic designer or outsourced some programming etc. Unfortunately that probably won’t happen too soon as in between client work, I’m working on redesigning http://terramedia.com.au at the moment. Then the next priority is to get the portfolio there up to date. This one is pretty much last on the list at the moment.

    I use Adobe Kuler regularly when working on designs. It’s a great tool to have available. The colours used here are actually based off a palette that was produced in Kuler.

    Thanks for the links. They are both great graphic designers, and their sites do an excellent job of showcasing their work. Simplicity is great, it isn’t the only style though, and in my opinion, it isn’t always the most appropriate.

    Have a good one mate, be good to see your site when you get something sorted out for it.

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