Becca Kacanda, MKE
Has a portfolio of physical work with high quality pictures of grottos that she creates all over the midwest. The pictures in scroll over states list the title, dimensions, and the media used, which is good for viewers because they might be curious. She also has links to social media prevalent at bottom of every screen, encouraging site visitors to follow her facebook and instagram for more fine art and updates. One smart thing she has listed on her site is a whole page containing her cv listed with qualifications. The about page for Becca is pretty vague so I feel like by looking at the cv it is easier to find out information about her. She has a link to her blog listed with posts every few months about her current works along with some interviews. Overall the site is pretty basic and a little impersonal but it has touches of character to it with font choice and color.
Neil Stevens, UK
Neil Stevens website is eye catching. There is a bright graphic as the landing page, and if you scroll down the landing page becomes a portfolio. He has rollover states on his small square images that give the subject. Once visitors click on one of the squares he has details about the project and the client he worked with as well as a wide variety of pictures. He seems very established in the way he presents his work. The descriptions don’t come off as braggy but he explains why he made the design decisions he did. The bottom of his site has a back to top feature that is really handy for how long you have to scroll when viewing all his work. His socials are at the top, making it easy to find. His socials are unusual tho, with Twitter, Behance, instagram, and Tumblr listed. His about page doesn’t include a photo and has a big long list of the companies he’s worked with. With such a vibrant site, I feel like he could include their logos or at least put the companies in a list form so they're easier to read. One thing I like about his site is the link to the print shop within it where you can buy his event posters.