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Creative developer’s cubic portfolio

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18:15 PM | 23 November 2017
by Valerie Tan
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Alex Motzenbecker, a Creative Developer from New York neatly promotes his collection of work and skills.

Built via CSS 3D, Alex Motzenbecker’s portfolio site greets you with a motion graphic of a colourful cube. The website demonstrates Alex’s robust knowledge of layout, motion design, typography and user experience; content is arranged in a simple, organised manner and the site is filled with unique 3D graphics.

The New York-based creative front-end developer has an acute sense of design and deep technology expertise, which explains his honourable status as a 2017 Webby Awards winner.

The design pro even taught programming for designers at Parsons School of Design and The New School. Inspire yourself today and have a look at his creative online portfolio.

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