In our previous post we discussed about tips to making efficient and professional looking single page portfolio sites. Just to help you put those ideas into practice, this article will bring some excellent examples of single-page websites which will surely inspire you! They are extremely relevant because of the original, unusual or creative means they’ve used in the site design and functionality. You can pick up new ideas from each of these links and, why not, apply them to your own portfolio or use them as a starting point for creating your own original designs! It would be a good idea to analyze the way all these sites manage to obtain balance between the background and the work displayed, the very professional way of structuring information and the very fluid navigation displayed there.

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They prove a point about efficiency, outstanding creativity and carefully studied graphics. In terms of the technique preferred for this type of sites, using the HTML (with CSS and Javascript) would be the most suitable, as it can easily be adapted to the desired functionality of such a site and, most of all, is easily indexed by Google. However, one must admit that the most spectacular results are usually obtained with Flash and, as in most of the cases, the designer also intends to sweep you off your feet, this can be a preferable variant. Especially as such a spectacular site can get a lot of publicity coming from the experts in the field (magazines, web design prizes, blogs etc.). Of course, a middle way is also possible: a HTML site with extremely ingenious use of Javascripts (Moo Tools,  ProScroll, jScrollPane, LightBox and so on) can kill two birds with one stone – and in this case, the project would be all the more challenging for you!

Actually it’s for you to decide which technique suits you best. All these examples are meant to prove that where there’s a will, there’s always a way in terms of web design!

Moon Palace

Moon Palace

Volll Human Communication

Volll Human Communication

Barcinski and Jeanjean

Barcinski and Jeanjean

Mateusz Pasternak

Mateusz Pasternak

Justin Lern

Justin Lern

Pikaboo

Pikaboo

Skribbs

Skribbs

Cargo Collective

Cargo Collective

Contreforme

Contreforme

Ayush Saran

Ayush Saran

Creative People

Creative People

Alexco Haniuc

Alexco Haniuc

Los Colores Olvidados

Los Colores Olvidados

Charlie Gentle

Charlie Gentle

Kinoz

Kinoz

Seb Design

Seb Design

Simona Munteanu

Simona Munteanu

Martian Design

Martian Design

Jameslai Creative

Jameslai Creative

Staydecent

Staydecent

I am Todd

I am Todd

Tanya Merone

Tanya Merone

Hot Meteor

Hot Meteor

Bada Bing Design

Bada Bing Design

Grafikas

Grafikas

Lomotek

Lomotek

Dale Harris

Dale Harris

Flavius Frantz

Flavius Frantz

Ronnie Wright

Ronnie Wright

Headvertising

Headvertising

Tim Van Damme

Tim Van Damme

Phynk Creative

Phynk Creative

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