We’re always looking through the websites created by the Format community for fresh design inspiration. We recently released four brand new themes, and the results haven’t disappointed. People have already created some incredible websites using these new designs—from colorful, dynamic layouts to simple, classic portfolios.
We decided to share a few of our favorite examples with you for a little boost of website inspiration. Here are the best new websites created using Format’s new Premium themes. These talented folks are also showcasing some stunning work on their portfolios too, so this list is a solid double serving of creative ideas.
Travel and portrait photographer Jim Ryce is based in Toronto, but his portfolio showcases work shot in a range of locations, from Argentina to Texas. A classic font and simple layout on his website lets the lush scenery of Ryce’s photos take center stage.
Art director, designer, and filmmaker Catherine White currently resides is Montreal, where she works on a range of creative projects. Her portfolio reflects the multidimensional nature of her work, with a homepage that shows previews of different projects. A modern font and bold red color scheme add personality to her website.
Travel and lifestyle photographer Thibault Charpentier divides his portfolio into galleries organized by location and subject. Whether shooting in Lebanon, Japan, or Marrakech, Charpentier’s photos are always crisp and neatly composed. Separate website sections for tearsheets and interior photography keep his website organized.
Stylist Wade Lee has worked on hair for an impressive range of clients, including Nike, Maybelline, Macy’s, and Sephora. His website showcases his portfolio in detail, with a number of galleries highlighting different work. A grid-based homepage layout gives a quick first impression of Lee’s background.
The homepage of Hans Millett’s website offers a preview of his work via a fullscreen image and a short bio, quickly introducing the photographer to viewers. Millett’s images are displayed in a tidy vertical scroll, formatted at a large size which fills the whole screen.
Want even more portfolio inspiration? We’ve made quite a few lists of our favorite creative websites built using Format. Take a peek.