Here's my debut shot, a part of a resume page from a v-card I am building out of boxes or blox. I'm really interested in having some feedback on this one.
7 months ago
Welcome to Dribbble Ciprian!
@Nick Chamberlin thank you! Really nice to be here!
Nice work! Although I don't think it's necessary to have the % in stages if you have the actual % at the end of the loading bar. Apart from that nice and welcome to dribbble!
@Barry Mccalvey thanks! I just considered it gave a better look/design of information like it is now. I think it adds a little to the overall look. I might be wrong. But hey! Thanks again! Nice to be here!
Very nice concept. welcome to dribble!
Nice shot, welcome to dribbble.
Thank you everybody! very nice to be here!
Nice debut! Welcome aboard :)
@Mamun Srizon thanks!
@Mamun Srizon thank you!
first of all nice shot..
The thing i am asking myself since i am curious.. How did you came up with the percentage numbers? I wonder because you can only calculate a percentage if you know all about of it.. And since the only thing that counts is are you capable of doing your job.. I wonder what this adds for other people to know about you..
Because the chance that people are going to say "Ohh well he probably can't do the job" is probably bigger than "Let's give this guy a try".
Just some questions i had.. I hope i didn't offended you in any way.. It's just my curiosity. Still nice shot though.
@Jeffrey Tseng Hi,
Thanks for the question! you did not offend me in any way, don't worry, I'm glad you actually took the time to ask me this, I got this question before when I was looking for feedback on this page
You can't really know perfectly the percentage for these things. Some people use stars (5 or 10), scales of 1 to 10, others use loading bars with 10% increments. But the idea here is knowing yourself and ranking yourself. That's how the percentages are born. It's not nearly an exact science. It's just the author's impression of himself. It's going to be most of the time wrong, but at least you can make an idea about the author, how well he can characterize himself and what does he think about himself. Then you go compare the portfolio with the resume page and you have a clearer idea.
Thanks again for the feedback!
Thanks for the quick response and explanation. It's to me a little clearer now since i understand where the ratings are based on..
Like the idea, It isn't that strong to me but i guess it is as close as you can get.
I think it's funny that it's about a impression about yourself and still you came up with a number like 43% and 28%.. That's where for me the questioning began.. lol
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