I'm working on updating my site. I originally built it out of 100% png images - which is obviously very far from ideal. But I did this because I wanted to have absolute flexibility on what I could put up and I don't code myself.
Now, about 9 months later, I've finally got a great developer working with me and the site is almost fully coded. It's responsive and has a few nice new gimmicks.
It is however not quite finished. I still haven't designed a new home page and I've also been trying to figure out a way to present projects that don't have their own case study (case studies are damn time consuming to make + some projects don't warrant their own case study for one reason or another but I still want to feature them somewhere).
So now I'm thinking about adding a "More projects" tab and have that lead to a tile of Dribbble posts that I pull in with the Dribbble API.
That was the very long intro to a simple post. You can see full view in the attachment.
10 months ago
YOU HAVE A LOT OF WORK
That is amazing (both the site and the amount of work).
The Twitter icon looks a bit out of place though, with the other links being text.
You are the man!
It's just awesome, I call it ultimate inspiration!
Have a similar concern about case studies and projects page at all - there are so many ways to display them and dribbble api help a lot - both time saving and nice looking!
But then grid is so big like yours and there are so many colorful images - don't you think it could be better to make this thumbs bigger? It will be better to scan and recognize them....
Love the concept. I think it is a great solution. I'm sure your sentiment resonates with a lot of designers here, myself included. Figuring out how to display our own work is one of the most challenging design problems we face, it seems...
Always been a huge fan of your case studies. Looking forward to seeing how you've approached the responsive aspect. Are they based off the current designs?
@Alfred Xing, it's actually supposed to be different because it links out of the site, while the others are internal links.
@Andrew Sundiev, depends on the purpose
@Matt Anderson yes, they are pretty much the same. A few small changes here and there and a few new pages but the current case studies will mostly stay the same.
Very very COOL!!!
wow, stunning work!
Always pumping out solid stuff @Haraldur Thorleifsson
what a portfolio! nice projects
Love your work for Google.
Looking forward to seeing the live site. Your work with Google is fantastic.
dddddope, you are a star!
Love your work! I admire it! I'm taking you as a "visual mentor" if you don't mind.
I really like your work, but i think this is just to much information someone that doesn't know your work, cant see in a blink what you've actually done.
I would love to see you work more with more "spacing" around so i can see the details(but maybe you do it by clicking it).
Now i have the feeling i have to look at everything at the same time and its just to much.
(nevertheless the projects are awesome)
9 months ago
@Haraldur Thorleifsson great stuff dude!
3 months ago
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2014 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.