3 examples of awesome motion design portfolios

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Emily Esposito
  •  Dec 27, 2018
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Does your portfolio need a makeover? Do you want to give it a fresh, exciting look that also showcases your personality? From adding passion projects to creating tutorials, there are many ways to pump up your portfolio.

To help spark your creativity, here are three examples of motion portfolios found on Dribbble.

1. Anastasiia Andriichuk

Anastasiia Andriichuk’s portfolio includes playful animations with unique characters and imaginative settings. She has a good mix of client work and passion projects, like Star Wars fan art. Anastasiia has also created custom designs for her Dribbble community, like this animation to celebrate 1,000 followers.

2. Markus Magnusson

Markus Magnusson’s portfolio is full of fun, quirky characters living out a moment in time. He also shares a behind-the-scenes look at his process on his Patreon page, creating tutorials for each animation in his portfolio.  

Follow him on Dribbble or on Instagram.

3. Latham Arnott

In addition to sharing client work, Latham Arnott also highlights designs related to his passions and hobbies, like redesigning his Scottish family crest and creating an emblem for his volleyball team. These additions make you feel like you really know Latham and help his portfolio stand out.

Follow him on Dribbble or on Instagram.

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