The number of people, who prefer working on freelance or projects instead of spending 40 hours weekly in the office, keeps growing. Copywriters value independence more than anyone else. They are creative people, for whom working in a big corporation is a burden. The freewheeling starts with a good website, just like one of the examples below.
Jennifer Locke copywriting portfolio
Visit the website: http://jenniferlockewrites.com/
This is a classic freelancer’s website:
About, Services, and Blog links in the navigation menu, abstract high-resolution image related to the occupation, the author’s name in big letters, and orange “Contact me” button. Everything is put in simple words. Intuitive navigation help to lead a user to target action.
Ashley Mil Hollin copywriter portfolio
Visit the website: https://justcallmemil.com/
This is a brilliant example of a minimalistic website.
Gray background houses colorful project cover. The simple website menu is placed on the left. It features the list of all the projects, information about the author, and contact form. Marker-style highlighted letters emphasize the keywords, making the page look fresh.
Visit the website: http://www.danrozier.com/
This website is similar to the one above. However, the writer decides to go with a different homepage strategy. Instead of glimpses of his works, he shows some personal notes, messages, quotes, photos, and similar stuff chaotically placed all around the page. People with a good sense of humor and fellow copywriters will love it!
Davina Van Buren: copywriter portfolio website
Visit the website: https://www.davinavanburen.com/
This is an example of a serious copywriter website. Its owner is not just a traveling freelancer, but a Journalist, Content Marketing Strategist, and Brand Development Partner. Each of these occupations has got a separate page with links to samples. There is also an impressive list of clients represented by companies’ logos. White, gray and navy colors make the site look serious as well.
Aly J. Yale portfolio
Visit the website: http://alyjyale.com/
Nowadays, people prefer to choose everything based on recommendations. This must have been the main motivation for the next copywriter on today’s list. As you land on a homepage, you discover a list of newspapers and websites Aly J. Yale writes for, including Forbes. Minimum colors, minimum menu sections, only the essentials. That’s minimalistic design at its best.
Jose Benitez – copywriter portfolio example
Visit the website: https://letsseeifthisnameistaken.com/
A great copy of a copywriter’s website? It sounds like something too obvious. However, only a few writers decide to use it on the homepage. Jose Benitez attracts attention to his person by a funny greeting written on the black background in white letters. And as you scroll down, you discover all the rest. The copywriter just gives you some time to focus before discovering a bunch of colorful and animated plates.
Visit the website: https://www.garricksheldon.com/
Choosing a black & white design for a website is a risky decision. Nevertheless, Garrick Sheldon prefers to keep it simple: minimum colors, minimum letters, minimum links in the navigation. The writer’s name is written in neon-style letters, and it is the only thing highlighted on the site. Users need to scroll down and click on a project to find out more about his writing talents.
Visit the website: http://www.garicruze.com/
Gari Cruze does exactly the opposite. His website is similar to an album with bright images that remind us about happy moments. Each of them is a cover of a project. There are no names of the projects directly on the page; they hover as you move a mouse on a particular picture, saving a perfect visual unity. The approach to the website is creative in general. The writer includes “17 random things page,” places a link to a blog at the very top of the page, featuring only the latest post, and keeps the friendly tone of voice in general.
Joe DeSalvo copywriter portfolio
Visit the website: http://www.joe-d.com/
Both visuals and copy on this website are perfect. It seems that Joe DeSalvo decided to use all available web design options: black & white high-res page-wide images, colorful covers of projects with hovering names, and clear self-introduction: “I write stuff that writes stuff” and “Some days I’m a word guy. Some days I’m an idea guy.” The combination of so different elements, however, looks well-thought-out and well-balanced.
Benji Shaw – copywriter website example
Visit the website: http://www.benjishaw.com/
This website made us stare for a while. There are only three links in the menu: work, about, and resume. The latter two are located on the right, while the “Works” section stands separately on the left. Thus, this is the first thing a user will notice. Smooth animation and the variety of visual formats represented on the page make it interactive and very interesting.
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