As most artists know, GIFS are more than silly animations of cats or some weirdo’s dance moves. There’s a world of elegant, edgy and eye-catching GIFs designed by some truly talented creatives.
Having a killer online portfolio website for those GIFS is incredibly important. A solid online portfolio has the potential to get your work noticed by clients, gain you notoriety in your field, or even take your career to the next level.
Your online portfolio should speak for itself. Devoid of unnecessary bells and whistles yet beautifully designed, your portfolio should showcase your work in a way that’s clear, engaging and visually captivating.
Here at Format, we’ve seen some of the most well-designed and striking portfolios on the internet. They are slick, stylish and leave a lasting impression on the viewer. Scroll through these 14 GIF portfolio examples to see how animators have made the most of their Format websites.
5. Jacqueline Mak
Jacqueline Mak’s bold and creepily surreal GIF art has found a perfect home in her Horizon-themed Format portfolio. This minimalist theme allows her dramatic work to be featured front and center.
14. Zoey Groman
Making animated art out of everyday ongoings, Zoey Groman’s GIFs are subtle yet eye-catching. Zoey uses Format’s Ora theme for her portfolio.
15. J. p. Lawrence
This journalist uses Format’s Ora Theme to display his multimedia work, including photography and this creative gif.
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