15 Web Developer Portfolio List ✯✯✯✯✯ in 2022

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1. Sharon Yi

When you scroll through Sharon Yi’s portfolio you immediately get a sense of her personality through the playful color palette and addition of emojis. Sharon is currently working at Indigo as a Front-End Developer and the projects section on her website showcases the interactive and creative web development work that she’s capable of!

Coming from a background in design, I love creating pages where I’m able to actually create enjoyable interactions and experiences for everyone! And with Juno’s education and support, I’m now able to truly call myself a Front-End Developer who is currently working at Indigo!

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2. Rafael Caferati

Caferati.me

What Rafael does: Full Stack Web Developer and UI/UX Javascript specialist.
Type: Private. Location: London, England

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3. Robin Mastromari

Robin Mastromarino

Expert in: UI / UX Designer at HETIC
Type: Private. Location: Paris

4. Ian Lunn

ianlunn.co.uk

Expert in: Producing HQ responsive websites and exceptional UX
Type: Private. Location: Devon, UK

5. Timmy O’Mahony

timmyomahony.com

What Timmy does: Full-Stack Web & Software Development
Type: Private. Location: Dublin, Ireland.

6. Pierre Nel

pierre.io

Expert in: UX/UI Design, full-stack development
Type: Private. Location: London, UK
Star Trek Fan

7. Richard Hill

Richard-hill.org.uk

About: creative freelance digital designer
Type: Private. Location: Leeds, UK

Day rate is £450

8. Ben Adam

benadam.me

a Designer / Front End Developer
Type: Privat. Location: Tempe, AZ, USA
Currently not accepting freelance work.

9. Daniel Fischer

www.danielfischer.com

Expert in: Pocket CTO for Project
Type: Private. Location: San Francisco, California

10. Kay Evans-Stocks

Kay Evans-Stocks is a creative developer and graphic designer that’s passionate about building digital experiences that nurture community, inclusivity, and knowledge. For each project she’s worked on, Kay’s taken the time to put the spotlight on the organization she worked with, while highlighting the project goals. When you browse her portfolio you immediately get a feel for her creative design approach and the work that she’s capable of!

I am a creative designer and developer, who aims to work with small businesses and marginalized communities to bring their passions to life. I offer both design and development services of web applications or websites!

Expert in: Design Engineer at Tucows
Type: Private.
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

* Marek Kaleta currently out of order

MrkPortfolio.pl

Expert in: digital/graphic design, UI/UX
Type: Private. Location: Warshaw, Poland

Bonus: WordPress Developers Portfolio:

* Emily Ridge

www.Emilyridge.ie

Expert in: custom WordPress developer and designer
Type: Private. Location: Salthill, Galway, Ireland


Front End Developers Portfolio:

* Jack Jeznach (Awwwords Winner)

JacekJeznach.com

What he does: front-end and WordPress development

Mees Verberne

https://Meesverberne.com/

What he does: creative front-end development and design

Describing himself as a highly-creative, front-end developer and designer, Mees Verberne makes use of glitching, to give the site some extra character. He also uses banded gradients that give the look of a gentle lighting.


UI Developers Portfolio:

* Matt Farley

Mattfarley.ca

Expert in: UX/UI and front-end development
Type: Private. Location: Abbotsford, British Columbia.

* Adham Dannaway

What he does: UX/UI Designer & FB Developer — adhamdannaway.com


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Effective website redesign strategy for B2C and B2B

We’ve shown it to be the better website redesign strategy for several companies, from mid-sized for Fortune 500, and the stories are exciting. We’ve literally seen Fortune 500 clients of ours scrap their redesign projects mid-stream in favour of switching to an ESR approach. For real.

But first, let’s take a step back: What is ESR and how is it the most effective website redesign strategy?

It’s no secret that the traditional website redesign process is broken.

Many a well-meaning web manager has had their hopes dashed in the experience. If you’ve been involved in one, you know what I mean… the white knuckles and sweaty brow on launch Monday, fingers crossed hoping for a smooth transition.

But, it often isn’t smooth. More often than not, redesigns end up over-budget, over-due, and under-performing. We’ve had clients come to us after flipping the switch and seeing a 20 to 40% drop in conversion rates.

Ouch!

Yet companies have become trapped in the website redesign cycle.

They’ve been fooled into thinking a redesign will lead to growth revenue. You might assume a beautiful new design, following the industry-accepted “best practices” will increase customer trust and therefore your sales.

That’s a false hope.

And that’s not the only problem with the traditional “radical” website redesign.

The old website redesign approach

Unfortunately, few agencies and marketing departments consider the risks their creative processes create.

To understand your risk, think about the number of changes you make during a redesign. Multiply that by how drastic a change is for each element. Imagine for a moment the list of changes proposed during a creative meeting.

You’ll change the home page headline, imagery, site-wide template layout, navigation bar design, fonts, shopping cart or form layouts, and many more.

But when do you discuss the risks associated with these changes? In most cases, that discussion doesn’t happen.

Maybe some changes help your conversion rate, and some definitely hurt. But how do you know which have a positive or negative effect?

The potential effects of a website redesign on your conversion rate are unknown without testing them.

Marketers usually go into a redesign without a process in place to test the page templates and landing page elements that are being changed. There’s no way to monitor and justify those changes against key conversion metrics.

Mitigating these risks can only be done with a rigorous conversion optimization strategy. It requires a process that includes understanding the target audience, prioritizing test hypotheses to solve issues obstructing conversions, setting up controlled split tests, and analyzing insights from data to make informed changes.

Companies that are using a structured process that include A/B/n split testing as part of a conversion optimization strategy, like WineExpressIron MountainElectronic ArtsBabyAge.com and BuildDirect  (see case study below) are getting significant sales lift while reducing risk.

In fact, eConsultancy reports that companies with a structured approach for conversion optimization are twice as likely to have seen a large increase in sales as others.

The better approach: Evolutionary Site Redesign

Testing, and a proven system to execute testing for design changes, is critical for today’s marketer. The risk of making substantial website changes without these is just too great.

This approach to website redesign is called Evolutionary Site Redesign (ESR) and is the most effective website redesign strategy.

The truth is that a dramatic, “radical” redesign is dangerous for most companies.

It’s not that you don’t need a redesign. You probably do. But a better, structured, less risky, iterative design approach involves a process of testing with incremental (and often dramatic) improvements. This ESR approach results in a better visitor experience and results versus the traditional throw-the-baby-out-with-the-bathwater method.

As a result of A/B testing, the conversion rate of the new checkout page increased by 54,68% as compared to the previous version of the purchase page.

ESR gives continuous results improvement

There are two major differences between ESR and the traditional “radical” site redesign (RSR) approach:

1. It’s faster

After a traditional website redesign, marketing departments are usually so fed-up with the process that they’ll gladly wait another 5 years before trying again. Or, they may spend the next 6 months scrambling to fix the conversion rate drop with their new site. ESR, in contrast, creates a system of continuous improvement so your website is always leading the pack.

Note the “wedges of sucky-ness” associated with “radical” site redesign.

2. It has the right success criteria

“Gut feeling” and reliance on the so-called “best practices” of designers and UX practitioners leads traditional redesign. While the team may be talented, no batter hits 100% and many of their changes are likely to hurt website results. With ESR, every change is measured in controlled A/B/n split tests against its effect on business goals.

The RSR approach leaves your website lacking and continuously falling behind in the intervals between major redesigns. But, with ESR, your website will continuously keep up and surpass the success of the rest of the web.

ESR essentially uses conversion rate optimization principles to redesign your site.

How ESR eliminates epic website redesign fails

By adopting the evolutionary site redesign approach you can guard against website redesign risks while dramatically improving your website every day.

Continuous design improvement with A/B testing is a better strategy.

ESR continuously improves your website

With ESR, your website will continuously keep up and surpass the success of the rest of the web. Once you’ve defined your website’s goals clearly, you can test and continuously optimize to improve on them.

ESR works by implementing a system of continuous A/B split testing throughout your entire website and digital marketing. Rather than relying on the gut-feeling and flawed intuition of an art director, your website decisions should be made against the crucible of customer actions.

You should test everything in your marketing:

  • Site-wide design styles
  • Logo, header and tagline
  • Product page templates
  • Landing page design & content
  • Your product or service value proposition statements
  • Lead generation forms, shopping cart and checkout
  • Third-party integration tools
  • Home page design, eyeflow, merchandising
  • Imagery, copywriting, ads, calls to action, and offers
  • And everything in-between!

Real life example: BuildDirect.com

Now, after having run this strategy for several of our clients, we can say that it’s an unabashed success.

Let me show you how ESR works in practice and correct some misconceptions.

After working with WiderFunnel for several months and achieving significant conversion rate improvements, we implemented an ESR strategy for BuildDirect.

Our goal was to improve the dated website design without hurting conversion rates and, ideally, boosting revenue in the process.

We began by redesigning the look and feel of the entire website. WiderFunnel’s designers and BuildDirect’s internal team came up with contemporary look and feel options that would respect the brand.

Rather than changing everything at once to match the new design as a traditional redesign would, we tested the major elements of the website iteratively, focusing on improving user experience and conversion results. So, how does one test each new design element while maintaining consistency of user experience?

Great question.

The answer depends on how a website is structured. Since there are are several ways to approach ESR, plans are unique to the website being redesigned.

The goal is to isolate the elements that contribute to design in a way that minimizes design dissonance.

In the case of BuildDirect, the left column was an important part of the user experience. We saw through click heatmap analysis that a high proportion of visitors used the left-nav to find and filter their products. At the same time, the design needed a lot of improvement, and the left-nav was contributing directly to the dated design.

So, we isolated the left column and ran A/B tests of new design options.

As shown above, the new design met the goal of improving the look and feel while, at the same time, lifting conversion rates by 16% across the entire website!

With that first winning test, we moved on to the other site-wide elements, including the right-column, header and top-nav, subhead design, css, shopping cart, etc.

Every page on the website has been redesigned through this method and the results have been incredible.

We met our goals of updating the look and feel, while staying on brand and increasing conversions.  But the best result of all…

How about an extra million dollars per month!

That’s right, this strategy for BuildDirect resulted in more than $1 million in revenue, per month! That’s incremental revenue directly as a result of the A/B testing and ESR.

Want a more detailed overview of the BuildDirect process and how ESR can work for your website? Contact us to set-up a consultation.

If you’re considering using ESR (and you should be) you may need to have a chat with your CXO.  Below are some good talking points.

The top 7 reasons to use Evolutionary Site Redesign

Here’s why ESR is the most effective website redesign strategy:

  1. You get a new site “look and feel”, and lift conversions at the same time
  2. You learn which elements actually improve results
  3. You maintain your team’s focus on the important business metrics rather than “aesthetic” redesign
  4. Your website never faces lags in results in-between redesigns
  5. You avoid the risks of a “radical” site redesign
  6. It’s actually faster and more effective than traditional website redesign
  7. Your website testing can be used to evolve your brand positioning, messaging, and design based on real customer persuasion insights

Revolutionary vs Evolutionary design: which approach to choose?

We have told you about the indicators that help make the choice of this or that redesign strategy.

Here is a comparative table that will make them more illustrative.

RSR Revolutionary designESR Evolutionary design
When is it good for your businessUnprofitable / not cost-effective online storeSuccessful online store that has certain weak spots
Design has not been updated for the last 5 yearsDesign has been updated in the course of the last 5 years
When one interface mistake is corrected, new ones appearUsability mistakes are easily corrected without structural changes
Characteristic featuresEntire redesignStep-by-step improvements
Big investments in the short termExpenditures are evenly distributed over time and are paid off quite quickly
Long implementation timesChanges are dynamic, the results are visible soon
Global changes are always riskyEvaluation of results takes place after every update stage, which reduces the risks
Intermittent website development. The site might not be able to keep pace with the competitors until the time for a new redesign comesContinuous improvement supports the website effectiveness

What do you think?

Have you experienced the post-website-redesign conversion rate drop? What barriers does your organization face to redesign by testing? We love to hear about your experiences.

CRM & Website Design for Insurance company: Our Experience at Cadabra Studio

CRM, website design, branding and development for Insurance Company RVOS.

The insurance industry has always been in great demand with fierce competition. For many insurance companies, differentiating themselves on the web becomes a great way to gain prospective customer’s attention. An insurance company website must be honest, convey well-structured insurance information, and have proper navigation.

Considering the listed design features of the insurance website, RVOS Farm Mutual Insurance Company contacted our design studio to make their customer portal stand out from the crowd and attract more target audience. In this article, we’d like to share the most important design practices we’ve experienced around insurance company website design.

Brief insurance company description

RVOS Farm Mutual Insurance Company provides protection to various clients from homeowners to farmers in the USA. Being a company with a solid history and reputation, RVOS always cares about improving client service. Our design studio in collaboration with RVOS representatives created the customer web portal. 

Challenges in designing an insurance company website

For the RVOS policyholders, the customer service at an exceptional level is a very important standard, so the portal should fully meet their expectations. 

There were 4 design challenges our team faced with:

  1. To include the features of the inclusive design to the RVOS platform for people with bad eyesight.
  2. To create a bright and clean dashboard for the customer web portal.
  3. The customer portal should be supported by all Internet browsers (including Internet Explorer) because many RVOS clients have been using their gadgets for more than 10 years. 
  4. Web development has to match responsive design so that portal users can get the same quality experience when they browse online.

Both the designers in Cadabra Studio and our client were interested in developing a high-quality product. That’s why many changes and ideas were made during the PDP (Product Development Process)

Insurance company website design process

Great web design focuses on equal parts strategy and execution. To achieve maximum efficiency, we pay special attention to the workflow. 2 developers (front-end and back-end), 2 back-end developers from the client’s side, manual QA engineer and automation QA engineer, DevOps, and a design team worked on the customer portal. They make a high-quality customer-centered product that really solves the relevant problems that RVOS users have. 

According to the client demand, we added to the customer portal quoting form for insurance products such as Home Insurance, Life Insurance, Farm Insurance. Moreover, we made information on the claims process and plugins available for submitting. 

The clean dashboard was a must-have feature because RVOS users should be able to see their payments, insurance policies as well as overall statistics and don’t get confused. 

Light colors and shadows along with appropriate typography met the client’s expectations. The primary version of the dashboard was the following.

For the first time, the sidebar menu was on the left side. However, after the first trial, the location changed. 

As you can see in the picture above, we made some changes to the menu, added more necessary information about payments. To gain a better user experience, our designers created an agent account on the main menu, added the function “File new claim to each specific policy”. We also added the information about the claim number and policy number to a certain claim.

After testing, we made some changes in statistics as well as in buttons “Claims”. We also added more information about billing and payments. 

Having conducted several tests, the vertical menu was transformed into a horizontal menu without icons that is good for responsive web design. The pie chart of the Remaining Balance in the Billing and Payment category were included in the dashboard.

Insurance company logo design and branding 

The customer web portal is a new stage for RVOS. The right logo and branding increase the site’s visibility on search engines and social media, hold a visitor’s attention, entice them to know more about insurance products, and provide interactive ways to communicate. So, we suggested our clients make a trendy style of their brand.

The main goal of rebranding was to attract a younger target audience to an existing product. The existing RVOS brand is a combination of stylish conservatism and modern design. The process of rebranding was challenging and well-planned. The first thing we changed was the logo.  

The insurance company logo design was made in a simple style, to keep the company’s spirit. The blue-colored bar was chosen for the logo. The logo shape perfectly matched the content, making the RVOS brand more recognizable.

For Instagram promotion, we chose trendy and relevant typographic, that would stand out from the endless content. For Facebook promotion, we created contrasting photos with bright colors.

Results and Data

Thus, the customer portal has been launched recently, the changes in site traffic are significant. We keep tracking various metrics and the results are impressive. The primary goal of the customer portal was to freshening up a solid insurance company, however, during the design process we changed even more, than planned before. The entire design and development process lasted for 1.5 years. 

Must-have design features of an insurance company website: our expertise

The experience of developing and designing the RVOS customer portal is an achievement we are proud of. In addition to valuable experience, we’ve compiled the list of features for successful insurance company website design. 

  • Fully responsive and mobile-friendly;
  • Clean layout with modern appeal;
  • Simple and well-planned navigation;
  • Quick loading time;
  • Quick access to important information;
  • Relevant CTA buttons;
  • Quick access to online quotes.

Including the listed features to insurance company website design helps you to make an accurate representation of any insurance company. 

SUMMARY 

When an insurance company invests in its website design, it is a straight way to succeed. With the upgraded customer portal and new branding, RVOS Insurance company attracts many new clients because their portal is a fast and easy-to-use, whereas the logo is recognizable. Cadabra Studio is glad to have a partnership with RVOS Insurance company, that trusted and worked with us for a long period of time.

Check out our blog to read more case studies and learn about our expertise.

Best Examples for Promo Website Development

Whether you’re running a complex marketing campaign or promoting a new product, building a promo website 9 out 10 is a good idea. Sadly but there are no so many specialists that focus specifically on creating a promo website.

But what does it takes “to make an excellent promo website”? Probably if you have no objective criteria, you won’t understand whether you contractor made promo website right or not?

Fortunately, there is an easy way to distinguish good promotional websites from bad. Just take a look at the examples of some best works we could find on the internet. You can use this list as a reference and, with some extra effort, grasp basic concepts those websites are built around.

Next time ordering a promo business website, you can rest assured — developer hasn’t failed you.

#1 The Jungle Book

This site take advantage of this marvelous combination of video and dynamic design elements. Thanks to its linear navigation the story catches you from the first slide.

#2 Epicurrence Park City

It is build around two most powerful elements: clean design and fonts. Fonts plays as an independent object, and with the help of fantastic scrolling effects the conceptual feel works right as it should.

#3 Jack Daniels

This brand can afford itself to invest in content. The interactivity gives additional lux touch. Highly stylized look and variable of little details conveys promo site the feel for its money.

#4 Bosse Tools

This time layout goes forward and makes large fonts look where they should be. Great color combination draws razer thin line between content sections and illustrations.

#5 Whats Under the Bean

Original marketing idea for indirect promotion of a brand. Great artwork and information serving does the trick well.

#6 NERC — Science of the Environment

This one is built around conceptual video. The flat UI design make a great contrast to the video stage. It articulates all the feelings of cold ice water.

#7 Quip

The light theme and domination of white space do the trick to headline product’s advantages. This design makes associative characteristic to the product. Nice use of brand colors within the fonts and illustrations as well.

#8 Riiot Labs — Blue

Product first website with good branding and use of colors. Bright layout make product look as it should. Slight animation effect completes the look, making even this product look sexy.

#9 Withings — Aura

Nice full width images and simple but bold taglines. Very sleek design with well organized and easy to follow information.

#10 Status

Really simple and straight forward. This promo website take product centered strategy. And the do have what to boas of. Nice detailed images of the products with clean backgrounds and simple tag lines do the trick.

As you may noticed there is no silver bullet recipe of creating a promo website. Nevertheless now you know from where to start.

Define what content do you have. What are the strong sides of you content? Then make a promo business website around this features you have. Put the video first if you have a buterfull one, or take use of great look.

Finnaly, if you have no product to promote, start from telling a story. Storytelling always can be accompanies with a set of captive illustrations that will take your audience away from their routine lives.

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