Hey! Here is a little preview of my new portfolio. It is still a concept, so let me know what you think. Just to add: I am still working on the photography.
Check out the @2x and the full image with sidebar!
11 months ago
This is amazing. Loving
Great concept! Keep it up. That left panel pullout is solid. :D
It looks sweet but I think it's bad practice to make a user take an additional click just to see the nav.
Whoa! This is great, man!
Looks very good so far. :)
I agree with @Michael B. on the navigation button. You could try out how it works with all nav links in a row and using the button in smaller screen resolutions only. Apart from that I'm not a big fan of the way you describe your skills. What's 75%, what's 90%? I would just list all the skills you are good at.
PS: I dig the way of your presentation => animated shot. :)
I think this is truly sexed out work, Karsten!
Loved the colors man!
Just a small point of view..
Never been a fan of 'Displaying the skills using Numbers/Percentages'. It just adds noise, I feel.
I second what @Thorsten Beeck says. Just list out your skills.
I'd have to disagree with @Michael B. only because I'm really keen on the introduction of this functionality to desktop design. This really reminds me of the square space site. Square space were the first that I'd seen introduce the menu icon. Moving forward! I love it man!
Great work and nice colors
Clean, flat, great.
While I love it, i find that im growing incredibly tired of the "Im XXXXX and I like to XXXXX" type of headers - Everyone is doing it, including me.
Big Header Image - ✔
Flat Button - ✔
Timeline - ✔
Reminds me of squarespace just slightly, any inspiration from their site? At any rate looks good...
Interesting to have off-canvas sidebar on desktop.
Interested to know what the font is you used
B/W always rocks
For slide out navigation implementation on a desktop there should be valid reasons for use.
1. You are trying to get your audience to scroll and engage with the content of the home page before making a navigational decision.
2. You want the slide out to include more than just the main navigation and act more like a footer or mega menu.
Design decisions should be based on specific and measurable goals and nothing else.
What program do you use to make something like this?
Just amazing men! Congrats!
@Daniel Pidcock I'm also interested in this.
@Daniel Pidcock I think it's Open Sans
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