Take a look at our pick of the best Behance portfolios for a burst of web design inspiration.
Behance is a great place to find new work and creative inspiration from top web designers and agencies. But with so many of them to browse through, it can be difficult to know where to start. So to make things easy for you, we've done the hard work and picked 20 of the top web design portfolios that are definitely worth a look...
01. Marius Roosendaal
Web designer, branding expert and art director Marius Roosendaal is based in Amersfoort, Netherlands. With over 8,000 followers on Behance, it's clear that many find his web design work an inspiration.
Roosendaal has created web pages for the likes of MM&MM, Solids and Unique. He was also part of the iPad app design process for MediaMonks. We love his simple and clean-cut approach!
02. Michal Sycz
Creative director Michal Sycz has been working in web design for many years. Head of Noeeko in Warsaw, Poland, the company have created identities, branding and design for a host of clients. To take one example, Sycz created the website, character and interaction design for online game SoIntractive that went on to become an FWA Site of the Day.
03. Clément Faydi
New York based web designer Clément Faydi specialises in interaction and user interface design. With almost 30,000 project views on his Behance portfolio, Clément is clearly a popular choice when it comes to web design inspiration.
Now, you may notice that he's actually the lead designer at Behance - but that's not why he's on this list. Faydi's portfolio alone showcases the talents that landed him that dream job: his obsession with clean, type-based minimalist design shines through.
Momkai is an independent, digital creative agency founded in November 2002. Based in Amsterdam, they combine clear design with solid technical realisation to create projects that truly inspire, inform and interact.
Working with the likes of Nike and Peugeot, the company have an impressive array of clients. Check out their Behance portfolio to see what all the fuss is about.
05. Martin Oberhäuser
Martin Oberhäuser is an award-winning information and interface web designer working and living in Hamburg, Germany. During his career Martin has created websites for clients including Adidas, Audi, BMW, Cisco Systems, Deutsche Telekom, MySpace, Nokia, Samsung, Airbnb and IPG.
Working with a simple ethos of 'creating well structured information design that is easy to use and fun to look at,' Oberhäuser triumphs in the web design stakes.
06. Maria Garkusha
Maria Garkusha is a visual and user interface designer for iOS, Android OS and web applications based in Saint Petersberg, Russia. With a keen interest in typography and graphic design, her web designs are always packed full of creative elements.
After working for an agency, Maria is now working freelance. Take a look at her portfolio for ultimate inspiration.
07. Bobby Ghoshal
Working as the co-founder of web design agency Flud, Bobby Ghoshal specialises in interactive and user interface design within the web. He's already hugely popular with the Behance community, with over 145,000 project views and over 6,000 appreciations.
The image above is the campaign pitch for a new product line by Fugoo. The idea of 'The Fugoo Fun bunch' was inspired by fun elements of the Brady bunch.
08. Maya Rioux
Based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Maya Rioux is an interactive art director who is passionate about the creative process and the ever changing universe of media.
The theme for the project above was 'food for passion,' which we think she has captured perfectly with this design. She's definitely a web designer to watch in the coming year.
09. Zach McCullough
After exploring the world and taking on as many internships as he could, Zach McCullough finally settled in New York in 2001 and is now working as a senior designer at Behance.
The image above was a multi-channel program which began with a simple, elegant mail-piece that formally invited customers to watch a video introduction teasing the new program. A few weeks later, a follow-up email unveiled the Private Tasting and linked to the website, where customers could watch videos, download content and order a limited-edition private tasting kit.
10. Adam Jesberger
Surprisingly, Adam Jesberger's designer background lies with storyboard illustration and animation. He's currently working on the concept and design for web platforms and mobile experiences for premium global brands.
We particularly love this web and graphic design for Apple's Nike+ Active. The colours instantly pop!
11. Chris Wang
Chris Wang was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan but is currently working and living in Los Angeles, California. He has worked on various projects for Microsoft, Lionsgate, Universal Pictures and the History Channel.
We love his ability to create stunning web design themes for many of his movie websites including X-Men: First Class, The Adjustment Bureau and this particularly colourful offering for The Lorax.
Higher are a brand experience agency based in Bratislava, Slovakia. Branding is a huge part of web design and these guys are ahead of the pack.
Working with the likes of UGG, the agency have also gone on to win a number of web design awards including nods from Adweek and Creative Review.
13. Hype & Slippers
A small creative studio based in Bristol, Hype & Slippers are already showcases plenty of web design potential. Although their actual website is currently under construction, you can enter your email and they'll keep you up to date with their happenings.
We love the site they created for 'Pop Grub' - a start-up business based in New York that will be opening in the new year.
14. Garth Sykes
Currently working as the senior creative for design agency Soap, Garth Sykes has worked with some of the worlds largest brands including Sony, EMI, BBC, Electronic Arts and a host of other brands including Virgin Blue, Unilever, Tourism Queensland and Triumph.
He has won a host of awards between 2004 and 2010 including five IMA awards and a W3 best of show. His striking style is perfect inspiration for any budding web designer.
15. Nathan Leigh Davis
Nathan Leigh Davis is a designer and front-end web developer living and working in Melbourne Australia. He started working within the design industry as a print designer, but discovered a passion for code and all things tech and am now especially passionate about web standards, progressive enhancement and responsive design.
Although Nathan may not have as many followers or appreciations as some others featured within this list, we have fallen in love with his web design style.
16. Andrew Couldwell
Based in Falmouth, Cornwall, Andrew Couldwell is a digital designer, web developer, curator and founder of Club Of The Waves. He works on freelance projects remotely and in-house for a number of design agencies and clients, in London, the United States and Europe.
From websites, UX, UI and GUI to applications, social media, social aggregation, data visualisation, media walls, installations and touchscreens, Andrew can do it all!
17. Pier Sandro Cancellara
Pier Sandro Cancellara is a digital art director working and living in Milan, Italy. Heading design agency Mutado, Pier's work is sleek, stylish and hugely inspiring.
Pier started off his career as a marketing analyst for giants Apple before moving onto digital art director for Garmen in Italy.
18. Robbin Cenijn
After some years focusing on motion graphics and video, Robbin Cenijn decided to become a dedicated specialist on interactive art-direction and design. Currently he's working as a design director at DDB & Tribal Worldwide, Amsterdam.
To keep up with the best work on the web he has also part of the judging panel of theFWA and Mobile FWA since January 2011!
19. Shane Mielke
Designer and creative director Shane Mielke is a firm favourite here at Creative Bloq. Specialising in design, development, motion and photography, his web design offerings manage to capture each of these elements.
He has designed, developed or animated six Adobe sites of the Day, 28 FWA Sites of the Day, two FWA Mobile sites of the day and two FWA Sites of the Month. Phew!
20. Ricky Burgess
London based designer Ricky Burgess is currently working for Traffic Digital; specialising in websites, mobile and iPad apps. We love his fresh approach to web design, which captures the essense of illustration and innovative colour schemes.
We suggest you check out his web design for 'Life in my Shoes,' which is pictured above. The attention to detail is amazing.
Have you seen any brilliant Behance portfolios? Or would you like to share yours? Let us know in the comments box below!