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How often do you need to update your portfolio website? Perhaps every couple of years or more? Although it may not be something all too common, there are lots of designers who wish to update their design style in a consistent manner. This requires tact, skill, patience, and quite a bit of free time.

Unfortunately not everyone has this kind of free time for designing custom portfolio layouts. To remedy this situation I’ve collected a series of 23 minimalist portfolio websites meant for any freelancer or studio. Whatever your creative field be it writing, web design, fine art, performance, or music, these portfolios are excellent for showcasing your work. If you need a fresh redesign or just wish to launch a crisp new portfolio, then one of these WordPress themes is certain to sweep you off your feet.

Curia

Photolioa Curia

Pillar

Photolioa Pillar

Beckett

Beckett WordPress Theme

Bourne

bourne portfolio theme wp wordpress

Rabia

rabia minimalist wordpress portfolio

Lagit

lagit website minimalist cv portfolio

Astro

astro showcase photography portfolio

Agency

agency fullscreen minimal portfolio

Gridlocked

gridlocked minimal wordpress portfolio

Calcium

calcium minimal portfolio theme wordpress

Minimal

minimal pro wordpress portfolio theme

Classica

classica minimal portfolio wordpress theme

Antanta

antanta minimalism portfolio theme

Coco

coco minimalist portfolio blog theme

T-ONE

tone one wordpress portfolio theme

Hempstead

hempstead wordpress wp portfolio theme

Bluu

bluu wordpress portfolio theme design

Fayce

fayce wordpress themeforest portfolio theme

Avett

avett minimalist portfolio responsive theme

Sonnet

sonnet responsive wordpress theme design

Ideograph

ideograph responsive wordpress theme design

Monolith

monolith wordpress portfolio theme simple

Easel

easel art minimal portfolio theme design

Posted by Jake Rocheleau

Jake is a freelance writer, designer, and illustrator. He currently writes articles on user experience design and web development techniques. You can check out his work on Dribbble and follow his tweets @jakerocheleau.