So I had some time to kill and a site I wasn't happy with. So I remade my site, in the space of probably 2 hours or so, albeit that is spread out in between TV and Games.
Here it is: http://ryry.im/
Feedback is greatly appreciated :)
8 months ago
I like that font.
Love the site! Only thing I'd change is the delay of the animation for your name. Nice job!
@Ben Howdle Inclined to agree with you there, but trying to explore more with Serif's tbh. Will leave it for a while, see how it settles.
@Gavin Anthony Thanks, but no :P
I love it
I like the use of Serif, I use it myself. Perhaps try using it alongside a sans-serif font too. Digging this re-design though dude, good work!
Nice work Ryan!
I'm going to chip in a little...
1) I agree with @Gavin Anthony with the animation of the site.
2) it always tends to be the little things that will either make or break a design. Small attentions to detail. For example...on your icon 'shot' within your website, the bottom two icons from the left are mis-aligned with the rest of the icons above them. Simply re-aligning those will add more weight to your shot.
Also, when you look at the spacing between your three lines of text, simply evening those spacings out will, again, bring a uniformity. It'll make things easier on the eye and give a more professional 'look'. It tells a prospective client that you know what you're about and you understand the smaller elements of your trade.
Other than that...nice work!
Now that's what I'm talking about. Nice work Ryan!
@Mike Beecham Appreciate that, will amend those little tweaks in time :) - You've got a great eye!
Why are you showing Adam Polselli's Rdio icons on your website? Or were you a part of the creation of these icons? If you were, then I totally understand why you would include them, beautiful job.
5 months ago
@Victor Erixon Released them as a sketch file, freebies.
With the purpose being for educational purposes to learn sketch rather than to be used in any production.
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