“Meet the Team” Pages: Examples and Trends


In any industry where the people behind a company are as important as the company itself, you’re likely to find a kind of expanded “about” page that includes information on individual employees. “Meet the Team” pages are popular among web design and other creative firms, but are also found on sites within various other industries. These pages are a valuable addition to any site where human contact is an important part of the industry. It adds a personal touch to the company and can lend trust to visitors.

There’s suddenly faces behind the names, and it becomes a “real” company to the visitor, rather than just another website. This builds credibility for many, especially considering how concerned many people are with online scams and phishing schemes. Adding information to a website on a company’s key employees is a simple but effective way to make that company stand out in the mind of its prospective clients. Below are a handful of trends and some interesting examples of “Meet the Team” pages.


In reviewing “Meet the Team” pages, a few trends began to emerge. While some are present on almost every site (employee photos), others are used less often (animations). All were present on at least a handful of sites, though, and are worth mentioning.

1. Employee Photos

Virtually all of the pages included here have images associated with each employee. Most opt for photos of each employee, though some opt for avatars or other images to represent each person. This is a great way to let an employee’s personality shine through while keeping the design professional and consistent.

Object Adjective1 has a simple team page, with a photo and brief bio about each member, as well as their contact information and a link to their downloadable vCard.


2. Social Media Links

Considering how many professionals are likely to have LinkedIn, Twitter, or other social media accounts, linking to those accounts can be a great way to let current and potential clients connect with employees. Some of the pages featured include only professional accounts, while others include virtually any account the employee has. Some sites use icons for each social media service, while others use text, or a combination of the two.

A word of warning, though: if employee accounts are going to be linked to a professional website, make sure the content they’re posting on those sites is appropriate and won’t damage the company’s reputation.

Chromatic3 only includes profiles for their leadership team. They include a pic and brief bio of each team member, as well as links to their Twitter and LinkedIn profiles. Each team member also has their latest tweet featured next to their profile.


3. Unique, Humorous or Campy Features

A lot of the sites featured have unique, humorous or even campy takes on the more traditional “Meet the Team” format. For some, this is done through the employee photos, while others have added in additional content that lets team members better express themselves.

Be aware, though, of how this information can come across to professionals from different industries. What might be acceptable for a creative site might not go over so well in the finance or legal industries. It’s also important to consider how a site’s visitors will perceive a humorous or campy touch. While it adds personality, if overdone or done in the wrong industries, it can come across as unprofessional.

Th_nk5 uses animated photos for each of their team members, and modal windows to display information about each team member.


4. Animations

A significant number of “Meet the Team” pages have incorporated some kind of animation into their designs. For most, this is done through employee photos or avatars, though some take it even further, with the entire page animated.

Ola Interactive Agency7 uses an animated meet the team page, with each team member’s photo part of the animation. Click on a team member and their profile appears, including links to their Twitter and LinkedIn profiles, and their email. It’s a very casual, fun page design.


5. Expanded Profiles

While many sites opt to only include basic information about each of their team members, others opt to include extended profile information. For some, this is done through the use of sliders or modal windows, but for others it’s done on an entirely separate page. Extended profile information is a great way to give clients and prospects more insight into the employees behind a company.

9miles Media9 uses photos of each of their members, which, when clicked on, display each person’s profile information, including links to social media accounts. It’s a simple but effective design.


More Examples

Below are twenty examples of great “Meet the Team” pages.

StationFour has a very clean and streamlined team page, though they inject a bit of personality by categorizing their employees as “The Chrises” and “The Non-Chrises”. They also include links to each employee’s LinkedIn profile, Twitter, and blog posts.


Efelle Media13
This is another simple team page, with a brief quote about each team member. Also included are links to each member’s full profile.


MW Design Interactive15
This is about as minimal as team pages get, with just a photo, name and title for each major member of the team.


Wax Creative Design17
Wax Creative Design keeps each team member’s information organized with an unordered list, but also adds personality to their page by included each member’s favorite cupcake.


HBCWeb.com keeps their meet the team page casual, with candid photos of each team member as well as a brief bio of each.


Arc90 adds some punch to their meet the team page by having each team member’s photo change upon rollover from a straight-forward, business-casual-style pic to a candid shot. They also included a color-coded key for determining what each team member does.


Wildbit shows only one (random) team member’s profile at a time under the list of team members. They also include links to each member’s Tumblr, Twitter, and Flickr profiles, if applicable.


AtlanticBT has a number of interesting features on their team page. Each employee has a photo that, upon hover, slides down to show their name and position. There’s also a drop-down menu at the top that lets you switch between their main photos, action figures, sports teams, movie posters, and favorite foods.


Blue Sky Resumes27
Blue Sky Resumes uses consistent photos for each of their team members, something that isn’t often seen. In addition to a bio for each team member, they also provide links to their Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.


MetaBroadcast uses a straight-forward and simple design, with icons for social media accounts for each of their team members.


2Cs Communications Ltd31
2Cs shows photos of their team members just below the header, with low opacity except for the active profile. Images also come into full color when they’re hovered over. It’s a great way to manage a large team, while still giving everyone equal space.


glue Isobar33
glue Isobar uses animated pixel artwork for each of their team members and Top Trumps-style profiles appear for each when clicked on. It’s a really unique and fun design.


CampaignMonitor uses brief profiles for each team member, accompanied by photos of each. What sets them apart is that in the background of each photo is a map, showing the location of each employee.


WooThemes uses a simple design that puts the focus on the founders of the company, but also gives plenty of space to the other team members. Links to Twitter and each team member’s blog are also included.


nGen Works39
nGen Works uses a simple avatar/name/campy title format, with a link to more in-depth profiles for each team member. It’s unique and fun while also maintaining a professional appearance.


BrightSpark uses a simple, one-column layout for their team page, with pics of each team member as well as a couple paragraphs about each.


Etsy takes a unique approach to their team page by putting different departments into separate columns, and displaying photos of each team member within that department. Each photo then links to more information about that employee. It’s a neat format, since it gives an immediate impression of how large each department is (the Engineering department gets 3 columns, and Support gets 2).


SmallBox uses a simple grid of employee photos, each with the person’s name and title underneath. What sets them apart, though, are the individual team member profile pages. In addition to the usual bio information, they include each person’s top 5 strengths in “StrengthsFinder 2.0″. It’s an interesting and personal touch.


Caxiam Group47
Caxiam Group is another site where the individual team member profile pages are what make it stand out. On these pages you can find a keyword cluster that describes the team member, as tabs that give information on their inspriations hidden talents, unknown facts, and more.


Tumblr has the simplest “Meet the Team” section of any site on this list. It just consists of the avatars of each of their employees, with a link to each person’s Tumblr blog. It’s simple but works well, considering what the company is all about.



  1. 1 http://objectadjective.com/about/team/
  2. 2 http://objectadjective.com/about/team/
  3. 3 http://www.chromaticsites.com/about-us
  4. 4 http://www.chromaticsites.com/about-us
  5. 5 http://www.think.eu/who-we-are/our-people/
  6. 6 http://www.think.eu/who-we-are/our-people/
  7. 7 http://www.olainteractiveagency.com/
  8. 8 http://www.olainteractiveagency.com/
  9. 9 http://9milesmedia.com/about/
  10. 10 http://9milesmedia.com/about/
  11. 11 http://www.stationfour.com/about-s4/team.aspx
  12. 12 http://www.stationfour.com/about-s4/team.aspx
  13. 13 http://www.efellemedia.com/profile
  14. 14 http://www.efellemedia.com/profile
  15. 15 http://www.michaelwilliamswebdesign.com/about-new-york-web-design/about_team.asp
  16. 16 http://www.michaelwilliamswebdesign.com/about-new-york-web-design/about_team.asp
  17. 17 http://www.waxcreative.com/profile/team.php
  18. 18 http://www.waxcreative.com/profile/team.php
  19. 19 http://www.hbcweb.com/about/team/
  20. 20 http://www.hbcweb.com/about/team/
  21. 21 http://arc90.com/people/
  22. 22 http://arc90.com/people/
  23. 23 http://wildbit.com/
  24. 24 http://wildbit.com/
  25. 25 http://www.atlanticbt.com/employees.php
  26. 26 http://www.atlanticbt.com/employees.php
  27. 27 http://www.blueskyresumes.com/about-us/#our-team
  28. 28 http://www.blueskyresumes.com/about-us/#our-team
  29. 29 http://metabroadcast.com/team
  30. 30 http://metabroadcast.com/team
  31. 31 http://www.2cs.com/Meet-The-Team/
  32. 32 http://www.2cs.com/Meet-The-Team/
  33. 33 http://www.gluelondon.com/theteam.php
  34. 34 http://www.gluelondon.com/theteam.php
  35. 35 http://www.campaignmonitor.com/meet-the-team/
  36. 36 http://www.campaignmonitor.com/meet-the-team/
  37. 37 http://www.woothemes.com/meet-the-team/
  38. 38 http://www.woothemes.com/meet-the-team/
  39. 39 http://www.ngenworks.com/team
  40. 40 http://www.ngenworks.com/team
  41. 41 http://www.brightspark.com/team-corporate
  42. 42 http://www.brightspark.com/team-corporate
  43. 43 http://www.etsy.com/about.php
  44. 44 http://www.etsy.com/about.php
  45. 45 http://www.smallboxweb.com/about_small_box_web/our_team/
  46. 46 http://www.smallboxweb.com/about_small_box_web/our_team/
  47. 47 http://www.caxiamgroup.com/about/
  48. 48 http://www.caxiamgroup.com/about/
  49. 49 http://www.tumblr.com/about
  50. 50 http://www.tumblr.com/about

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Cameron Chapman is a professional Web and graphic designer with over 6 years of experience. She writes for a number of blogs, including her own, Cameron Chapman On Writing. She’s also the author of The Smashing Idea Book: From Inspiration to Application.

  1. 1

    Very nice article with some great examples.

    May I suggest looking at Digital Marmalade’s Meet the Team page, which uses the idea of designer top trumps to display the info.


  2. 2

    This is really awful listicle! Lot of these are so straightforward that probably they had to pay to get listed here..!

  3. 3

    I was just looking for some inspiration on team pages!

    Thanks sm :)

  4. 5

    We also have Vox Teneo (http://www.voxteneo.com/), a Belgium company wich have a team page with funny description of them. It illustrate the spirit of the company !

  5. 6

    Th!nk Graph!cal

    June 1, 2010 3:48 am

    The Creative Stores has also a cool humorous “Meet The Team”-page

    The Creative Stores – Team

  6. 7

    Yeah! not very interesting. I’m looking for more creative team pages.

    • 8

      Actually I like some of these. I think there’s a fine line between being fun, conservative, and looking like a stock photo.

      The first example is the BAD, I think.

      Object Adjective… wow. I do not think that a potential client would want their work in the hands of an Emo Crispin Glover scratching his head. And seriously, lose the bird. Personally (from experience) one should save that for a portfolio site if they wish, but not a business site.

      I hesitate to use a designer whose photos appear to be lifted from Myspace or Facebook, and not more professional looking.

    • 9

      Agreed… those are some pretty basic pages

    • 11

      Try taking a look at the Nerdery: http://nerdery.com/people

  7. 12

    Nice examples. I love this one as well.


    Colourful with some great stop frame animation.

  8. 13

    You missed one trend, it’s called “Identify the IT Consultant”:

  9. 15
    • 16

      I love how Matt can’t smile for pictures without his eyebrows raising a good inch. This only happens in photos or moments of extreme sarcasm.

  10. 17

    This company uses humor (in addition to all the other techniques above) to add an incentive to click on people. capstrat.com.

  11. 19

    Nice collection, I love to see a face when I see something pretty and are curious to who made it. It is always a good thing to show who you are and what you look like. Makes it more personal.

    We at Yummygum tried to stay minimal in our photos as well → http://www.yummygum.nl/over-ons

  12. 20
  13. 21

    great! i love your posts Chapman! ^^

    thx alot!

  14. 22

    I really like the Etsy team page, because they also show you the different company departments.

    I’ve also found this one http://www.opensoft.pt/opentour/team/, which looks quite nice.

    Keep up the good work SM.

  15. 23

    Great article.

    A couple of my favorites are http://littlelines.com/about and the “Us” section of the sidebar on http://www.viget.com/inspire/ … Photos are nice, but stylized or illustrated photos show that you gave it a little more thought and tried to bring your artistry to the task, plus they give the overall feel of a site more personality.

  16. 24

    Really interesting

    This is from one of the agencies we use
    I like the quirky, we don’t take ourselves too seriously avatars. A lot of their seasonal communications follow this theme as well I like it, its fun.

  17. 25

    Just what I wanted.

    Long live Smashingmagazine.

  18. 26

    Our “our people” page is fun, too. http://www.planitagency.com/our-people

  19. 28

    Thx smashing for great inspiration.
    here is another funny design of a small team:


  20. 29

    Those are pretty cool. Thanks for the post!

  21. 30

    Hipsters 2.0

  22. 31

    Where do you draw the line with meet the team pages between relaxed and professional appearances. I suppose it would depend mainly on the industry?

  23. 32

    this trend was best illustrated for me by http://dm11sto.com/

  24. 33

    This is great but you forgot the best…. http://cloudania.com/ Hyper Islands 2010 Interactive Art Director´s class =)

  25. 34

    gardyneHOLT from New Zealand has a very inspiring about us section. On the detail pages, they show a funny animated gif for every person. http://www.gardyneholt.co.nz/team/

  26. 35

    Soul of Athens has an great meet the team section this year… http://2010.soulofathens.com

  27. 36

    http://8bit.io <~~~~ :)

    love it!

  28. 37
  29. 38

    Our PBS Design team popover is pretty slick! http://design.pbs.org

  30. 39

    Thanks for the article and would like to add this one http://djangostars.com/en/team/

  31. 40

    Huseyin Tufekcilerli

    June 1, 2010 8:25 am
  32. 41

    We built this site for our client, Symmetry…


    Everyone loves the bling people slider.

  33. 43

    Example of how humor and information can combine: http://www.cabedge.com/people

  34. 44

    Kendell Warner

    June 1, 2010 9:03 am

    Funny enough I stumbled upon http://www.wearehughes.com/People.html earlier today. I love the creativity in their approach to the “Meet the Team” page.

  35. 45

    This articles have several examples of “team” pages, but i think theres a lot of other pages we can share with the readers… i want to post my team page, take a look :p

  36. 46
  37. 47

    I want to add http://www.insty1.com/team.html. I’m sure they aren’t the first to use super heros, but who doesn’t want to have their own super powers.

  38. 48

    This one ist my favorite: http://www.teehanlax.com/company/

  39. 49

    This is one of my favorites. Granted, it’s one that I designed, so I am a bit biased.

  40. 50

    Fun article.

    Here’s ours: http://septira.com/about/

  41. 51

    Am I the only one who finds “Head of Backend Team” slightly humorous? Anyway, great (and thorough) list. Thanks!

  42. 52

    This is by far the best out there!


  43. 53

    Paulo Ferreira

    June 1, 2010 2:32 pm

    I’d add this one to the list: http://carsonified.com/team/ryan/

  44. 54

    lol facebook pics

  45. 55

    Nice examples, but i can’t believe that you have missed Hughes (http://www.wearehughes.com/People.html), it’s very wonderful ;)

  46. 56

    i’m surprised duarte is not here! duarte.com

  47. 57

    great examples, this one’s from a Sydney web house ‘the Interaction Consortium’

  48. 58

    One of my clients created this staff pix, which I thought was quite impressive http://www.acp.org.au/images/staff/2009_chrissy_card.jpg

  49. 59

    I thought this one was clever as well. Each team member also has a customized avatar in the style of the site mascot. That pops up when hovered over http://adcuda.com/about

  50. 60

    @Off topic: by the way, I think smashing magazine should have a script to redirect iPhone and blackberry user to mobile version site. I was looking for it. And I found it here.

  51. 61

    This is a sweet article. A much undervalued part of a company’s message. I want more of these.

  52. 62

    very nice

  53. 63

    I got some ideas now, gonna create Our Team screen. Thanks for the inspiration guys!! Gud job!!

  54. 64

    You can find a rather nice representation of the team on this page
    Thanks to flash, user can scroll avatars.

  55. 65

    This is a trend we were particularly interested in when re-designing our own website. You can find out a lot about a company from their about pages. I also may be slightly biased but I like our about pages: http://www.foolproof.co.uk/our-people/management-team/. Also check out http://www.soup.co.uk/people

  56. 66

    You forgot the best illustrated one. House Industries. http://www.houseind.com/contact/

  57. 67

    Very good examples and good moment to finally redesign my Team page…

  58. 68

    Went through this quick so not sure if this was mentioned http://www.joepublic.co.za/
    Seriously Awesome

  59. 69
  60. 70

    This is a little bit of unsolicited promoting but I quite like my place of work’s people section. Some creative video ties in well with the theme of the website.


  61. 71

    Dave Cartledge

    June 2, 2010 6:56 am

    Nice examples there :)

    I love this one personally: http://www.outsidethebox.co.uk/people/meet-some-of-our-people.aspx

  62. 72
  63. 73

    We concentrated on the resizing feature on our contact page. I think it came out pretty good


  64. 74

    Oh geez, these are all great. Now I have to redesign our team page. Maybe someone out there will “like” ours, http://www.wisnet.com/team.iml, so I can spend more time creating team videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdNJz6n4F3c.

    Even the sites mentioned in the comments are great. I think smashing magazine should make a big glossy hardcover book showcasing all this magnificent team pages.

    What a fun article!

  65. 75

    Duncan Buchanan

    June 2, 2010 3:44 pm

    Check out my mate’s company page. Animations of all the employees fall from the sky, and you can pick them up and throw them around… very cool!


    • 76

      He, he this one’s really fun and great animations. Particularly like the guy with the light sabre.

  66. 77

    I like this one as welll…..http://wildfireapp.com/buzz/team

  67. 78

    I’ve been waiting for a post like this! I am currently doing out meet the team page, this will be great inspiration thanks!

    i would also advise checking out the meet the team website of Shaw Australia. a very classy and professional example shawaust.com.au

  68. 79

    OMG this is some unique collection :-) I also liked few of the links that people have posted in comments. These kind of team pages talk so much about the company culture itself. It’s exciting to see sites experimenting this area too instead of always keeping it typical corporate. Awesomely thoughts!!


  69. 80

    I just wanted to add my company’s teampage for all of you to see. We are Dutch so you probably won’t understand the tekst, but the design speaks for itself ;)


    Let me know what you think about it :)

  70. 81

    this is the weakest post on smashing mag in years.

    these meet the team pages are absolutely pathetic. nothing new, nothing creative, plain boring.

    there are hundreds of better ones.

  71. 82

    sandro @ guavestudios

    June 3, 2010 3:26 am

    i think ours with video statements from the team is also quite nice: http://www.guavestudios.com/#/team/our-team?l=de-de

  72. 83

    Bryon Leigh Reece

    June 3, 2010 1:38 pm

    I liked the flash site with the movement of the staff but some examples I visited were incomplete and should have not been listed as examples.

  73. 84

    I’ve always liked Fuse8. http://www.fuse8.com/people. They have the whole team’s baby/child photos as the profile pics.

  74. 85

    Another one example with funny pictures:

  75. 86

    Not ever is a good idea to have a team page, only if your team is already fully stabilished and you wont have lots of updates, aditions and so one… for my company that is on it’s beginnig it’s even harder to have a page for the team, butthese examples are very good!

  76. 87

    We do a team page that first just has a line-up of everyone’s shoes, when moused over it shows head shots and a fav. link – http://www.pensardevelopment.com/#/culture/

  77. 88

    Hahaha. This article has reminded me of circa early 1990s when I was getting mentored by my old design boss about the merits of using staff photos in a magazine. My boss stated to the client, look unless your staff are celebrities or really good looking I would advise not to show them in the magazine. No one wants to look at ugly people. I still laugh when I think about the look on the clients face…

  78. 89

    This one from the Lost Boys is also pretty impressive!


  79. 90

    You should take a look at http://www.electricbrandy.no/ as well… This agency are working in front of the live webcam :)

  80. 91

    Adii, you’re a douche not a rockstar. Knock it off.

  81. 92

    Danielle Molenaar

    June 4, 2010 5:53 am

    Not only cool but very inspirational, thanks Smashing!

  82. 93

    I loved it! And since we are making a few changes on our site, this really comes in handy, however I’m really proud of our About us page as it is: http://www.codemyconcept.com/about-us/

    Of course after reading this, we should start thinking bigger….

  83. 94

    Floris Fiedeldij Dop

    June 5, 2010 2:31 am

    Great to see a tweet suggestion about “meet the team” make it into an article ;-)

    In the mean time we’ve started with our first version of introducing our members to the community; example: http://wetalknation.net/team/79988-floris/

  84. 95

    Demircan Celebi

    June 5, 2010 9:27 am

    This is a nice example, too: http://myk-medya.com/biz-kimiz

  85. 96

    I like this “Who we are” page: http://web.burza.hr/en/who/is/njava/#leftCol

  86. 97

    Awhile back I ran across this site: http://www.silegal.com/attorneys/. If you click on one of the attorneys names it takes you to a bio of them. I really liked how they handled their pictures and bookmarked it for future inspiration.

  87. 98

    DazzleCat Digital Agency

    June 6, 2010 4:51 pm

    Fabulous inspiration here for our own About Us/Meet the team page. The arc design is my personal fav.

  88. 99

    Carsonified has a really neat team page.


  89. 100

    Kenneth Dahlin

    June 7, 2010 5:16 pm

    the best one I have seen is still http://www.newgrounds.com/staff where it is presented as an oldschool game character select, like streetfighter. Check it out

  90. 101

    some are worth looking at but others are too poorly designed to make you want to read more….

    you may want to check out this one


  91. 102

    i think another great people page is

  92. 103

    Nice idea, but the examples aren’t great. One of the best I have seen is here:

    All images are relatively serious, and on mouse-over reveal a funny picture.

  93. 104

    Rebecca Reuben

    June 9, 2010 6:33 am

    another great example of a great “Meet the team” page


  94. 105
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    Jeroen Marechal

    June 10, 2010 1:51 am

    Cool list of team page designs! We’ve got a nice one too at http://www.tirato.nl/team-tirato/ even including our office-dog, motivator, inspirator Guus!

  96. 107

    you have been started a good work.
    i’ll see it late.
    great example of team page.

  97. 108

    How about this one: http://psmediadesign.com/ganimisy/ …. It was my student work but i do something similar for a client of mine…..:)

  98. 109

    Amazed you would use 9miles Media as an example, a bunch of teenagers with a basic site and no real customers….yeah they are a good example of what to do right.


  99. 110
  100. 111

    I love glue Isobar, wish I could convince the company I work for to have such a cool meet the team page. ^^

  101. 112

    I found this very helpful, my company is currently looking to redo their team page. Lots of great ideas!

  102. 113

    Very Helpful!
    This is our team page http://easybit.it/noi Take a look!

  103. 114

    I am using WordPress and was looking for some easy way to make a Meet the Team page….
    Is there any plugin or page layout already ?
    Or I have to make the custom page for this ?


    • 115

      Did you ever find any WP plugins to use for “meet the team” page? I love these examples but I want to know how they were created. Thanks for any info you found out. Do you also have an example of what you ended up creating?

      • 116

        Did you ever end up finding wordpress plug-ins to help create neat pages like these? I’ve been searching everywhere–thanks!

        • 117

          Since no one has addressed this, I’ll chime in as an experienced Web/WordPress developer.

          Simply put, if you want the kinds of cool animations, and interesting layouts you see here, you’ll either need to code it yourself or hire a professional to do it for you.

          There’s no magical plugin to save the day, because truly unique work actually requires effort.

  104. 118

    Some really awesome designs here, thanks for sharing. Lot’s of the same though, too.

    Ever seen Monoface.com? A totally new, albeit creepy, way to show team members.

    Also check out http://www.copio.us/team. Cool use of slide out windows to show info….very app-like.

    • 119

      ** update **

      Our team has doubled in size in the past year, so our old design wasn’t working anymore. The new page (copio.us/about/) does a better job of conveying who we all are together as a team. We found that as our team grew, it was overwhelming to read detailed info for each person in order to form an opinion of who we all are.

      I love how the new page sums it up with “We’re a team of artists, scientists, & digital advocates.”

      ‘Nuff said.

  105. 120

    Nathalie Soeteman

    January 8, 2011 9:22 am

    Just what we needed, thanks! :)

  106. 121

    Come meet Glucoz’s “sweet team” !

  107. 122

    I was disappointed in all but the th_nk team’s pages.

    I’m looking for something interesting, not too flashy, that’ll bring a smile to our team’s faces. Any ideas?

  108. 123

    This ones very funny, I like how they have taken the mikey out themselves. Not to serious.


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    I can’t stand the way some of these pages are done, very much a case of “oohh, look at me! look how wonderful I am!”

    Makes me cringe. Just keep it simple, straight forward, and NOT pretentious.

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    Very nice teampage (best i`ve seen yet) Ii think it`s creative and funny :) http://www.tribal.nl/over-ons/medewerkers

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    Mark Manchester

    May 8, 2011 6:17 am

    There’s a fine line between having a “fun” team page and appearing professional, which also depends on where you sit as an agency. If you’re a creative or design agency it’s a lot easier to get away with something wild – but not so if you are a digital marketing or search engine optimisation agency (especially if you’re B2B).


    The URL above has standard about us section (scroll down to see the team) but when you mouse over the images you see a “lighter” side to the staff members.

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    Fantastic Collections…

    Thanks CC… :)

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    July 5, 2011 1:10 am

    Thank you, thank you thank you for producing this feature.

    You have helped me massively in my quest to make a dull static page into something special. Just need to get the money to develop.

    You rock!

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    We are looking to add a team page to our website localstomper. We thought about adding it to the home page and having it fun and serious. Our team has a lot of credibility, so we thought adding bios and fun info might be a good idea. What do you think?

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    An superb read, thank you. It really is getting harder and harder to sift through all the garbage on-line these days.

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    Atlassian :) About Page. Cool toy-people http://www.atlassian.com/company/about

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    http://adresgezgini.com/ekibimiz you should check our company’s our team page. There is a button “Ekip Ruhu” Clicl it and see our real faces… :D

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    I was working on redesigning our team page and the article and the comments give a lot of ideas so just wanted to thank everyone. Here is how our team page looks right now: http://www.idyllic-software.com/ruby-on-rails-developers

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    Try to make our team page simple and clean, just like our name card – http://qiito.com/about/team

    Hope you guys like it!

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    I kinda recommend this plugin for wordpress for your team page : http://codecanyon.net/item/meet-the-team-plugin/4126778


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    I’m pretty proud of our staff page. Make sure to click into a bio and hover over each person.

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    Darren WIlson

    May 7, 2013 4:22 pm

    i got to say it, there are some pretty awful examples of creative ways to have a meet the team page looking, it lines up like they are just friends sites of the writer.

    http://9milesmedia.com/about/ for instance is terrible.

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    We also went for the clean look for our about/team page. See what you think.


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    Jeffrey Carandang

    August 6, 2013 3:36 am

    This wordpress plugin is kinda awesome for your website page too : Meet the Team Shortcode

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    Very cool! I am about to redesign my website and really gave me some ideas!

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    Our Meet the team page doesn’t use last names or social profiles for privacy issues but we do use consistent photography to highlight our team members and their roles along with a little bit of their personal lives to build relationship pazdental.com/meet-the-team/

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    Great article, thanks for the examples, they’re great ideas.

    Also, for the “We are Atlantic BT” example all I could think of is “We’re all White People”.


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