I wanted to share the so-called final version of design for my new portfolio. Few tweaks on mobile version for sure, but overall I'm very pleased.
Edit: Font is way too small, haven't noticed before uploading. | iPhone5 render by Mikael Eidenberg.
See the attachment with desktop version.
7 months ago
this looks very clean man. well done.
"so-called final version"
lol, I know how that is, never satisfied with your own website, always have to redo it, tweak this, tweak that, then you look at it for too long and decide you just need to redo the whole thing, or, at least that's me. :P
I think it looks really good!
@Nick Chamberlin that's exactly how I do it :D
@Martin Hudobivnik looks awesome! The only concern would be those small links in the header... they're very small and I'm not sure if it would be easy to tap on them without a problem...
@Nick Chamberlin It is the fate of every designer! :D
Very slick and clean!
great work man!
You need to increase the type size... a lot! Other than that - I like it - realy clean ...
@Matej Latin Can't really decide before I try it. But I agree, they are way too small atm.
@Avinash Tripathi Thanks. Yeah, it will be responsive.
Thank you all.
Really nice work!
Clean and sharp!
dude your "mh" mark is fucking brilliant. And, I love the layout. Well done!
Very simple, and clean; that's nice and all. But it's your branding that I really like.
For the overlays on mobile, do they activate when you tap? Because if they were hover overlays, that (obviously) wouldn't work.
I think the large gray boxes for project highlights need some context. I do like the clean look of just the logo on a box, but I have no idea what I'm looking at.
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