We like the simplicity and the warm message that Janet’s profile delivers.
After his previous designs got such positive feedback in our last gallery, we checked back in with Ekkapong to see what he’s been up to. We weren’t disappointed.
Tom’s profile throws up an error message. It’s actually an F8 conference insider joke — although we still think it’s amusing for anyone who doesn’t get the reference.
Jeremy has some classic photography fun with his well-executed design.
Travis goes for the mysterious look (complete with shades), and invites friends to scan the QR code to find out more.
We like Niels’ playful approach to his profile picture — or rather, his “portrait”?
A montage of sketches makes Umair’s profile memorable.
Andy’s awesome mustache is obviously part of his “personal brand.” We love how he has incorporated it into this clean and fun design.
Robert’s simple thought bubble makes us wonder the same…
Mark creates some fun with friends by posting a Where’s Wally? visual puzzle. The person who finds him gets a free poke!
Finally, Mashable’s own Matt Silverman has gotten creative with his Timeline design. He stars in his very own Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode.
Che Chơn (Theo Mashable)