Portfolio 2013 iteration

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  1. Manu Gamero ☁ Manu Gamero ☁

    Iterate, iterate, iterate... ;)

    Real pixels | Fake ones

    10 months ago

  2. Bert Devriese Bert Devriese

    Slick work!

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    10 months ago

  3. Andreas Ubbe Dall Andreas Ubbe Dall

    Looks really cool :)

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    10 months ago

  4. Indezoo Indezoo

    great one!!!

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    10 months ago

  5. Walden Davis Walden Davis

    Love the punchy red.

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    10 months ago

  6. Daniel Aláez Daniel Aláez

    Much better!
    The only thing I would change is a dark red instead of black for your name at the top of the page. You know, "granate" ;)

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    10 months ago

  7. Avinash Tripathi Avinash Tripathi

    i did some pogoing between the rebounds and I am getting sold out on this OUTRAGEOUS RED :)

    Where it says, take look on dribbble, may be it needs some treatment if u wish people to click on tht label to reach to ur dribbble profile as tht icon on right is farrr!

    Cool stuff!

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    10 months ago

  8. Michael Wilson Michael Wilson

    Are a few dribbble thumbnails enough to prove to someone your worth as a product designer?

    Would it not be more beneficial to show people fuller views of your work with explanations of the brief and how you went about your work?

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    10 months ago

  9. Rodrigo Grundig Rodrigo Grundig

    Not a blurred image at the back! yay! Looks slick ;)

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    10 months ago

  10. Yummygum Yummygum

    Love the design. I do think the illustration is a bit of a mismatch. I do understand the need to make it more personal, but your design style in the portfolio items/dribbble shot is very different from the illustration style. Have you considered a picture or different illustration style?~L

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    10 months ago

  11. Manu Gamero ☁ Manu Gamero ☁

    @Daniel Aláez thanks for the feedback! I'm not sure about that as maybe a dark red wouldn't be really legible :|

    @Avinash Tripathi you're right, it doesn't really look like a button. It definitely needs some more treatment. Thanks!

    @Michael Wilson I completely agree man. I'm working separately on another version with the projects I've been working on, explaining what was my role, etc. It's just I don't have time enough right now to finish it, and also I definitely want to post the client work I'm working on right now. So this is more like a preview of what's coming :)

    @Rodrigo Grundig this is flat, mdfk! :P

    @Yummygum Leon! you mean that the web needs to be less flat or should look more professional? Thanks for the comment! ;)

    10 months ago

  12. Matt Bowers Matt Bowers

    Gorgeous looking portfolio! Well done!

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    10 months ago

  13. Julia Khusainova Julia Khusainova

    I really like your branding color @Manu! Neat looking portfolio :)

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    10 months ago

  14. Chip Truex Chip Truex

    Love this.

    My only piece of feedback (and it's definitely more of a personal preference thing, so take it for what it's worth) is how you have the background colors extending to the edge of the browser (in the fake pixel image). I think the proportions feel much better in the actual shot, where you have a bounded content area that sits above the gray background.

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    10 months ago

  15. Rémy Blamaud Rémy Blamaud

    I prefere this version but your hava a beautiful sock :o

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    10 months ago

  16. Jack Bach ⟁ Jack Bach ⟁

    Loving the overall look and feel, but some points could be better, IMHO:

    - The main objective of the site is not clear. Maybe it is getting job offers? Or it might be networking? How can I do those actions? The flow kind of starts and finishes in this page, I think you could take some extra value of your site.

    - Copies: I'm a big fan of emotional copies. I dig 'Success through design', tho I would make it more memorable. 'Helping startups success trough design' would sound better already. The second tagline: 'Hi, my name is....' is kind of randomly introduced there. What about going a bit deeper on how you can help making something succeed through design? A couple of concepts that could work: 'Design gives the first impression users get about a website, don't loose them before they know you because of how you look' or 'Your users are going to spend tones of hours looking at your app, as long as their eyes don't hurt' (those are visual design taglines, nor usability or product design taglines, I'm not sure how you want to introduce yourself). On the other hand, I'm not native English speaker, so I'm sure those could be improved, but you can see the idea.

    - Vertical rhythm: The vertical rhythm in the second tagline looks off IMO.

    - Lists: The ones at the footer look a bit weird too. Maybe bullets or horizontal lines would help.

    My two cents :)

    10 months ago

  17. Manu Gamero ☁ Manu Gamero ☁

    @Matt Bowers @Julia Khusainova @Rémy Blamaud thanks for the comments guys! Glad you like it :)

    @Jack Bach ⟁ woah thanks for the detailed feedback! comments like that make this community even better ;)

    - The main objetive of the site: It's intended to be a resume. Not so much information, just the necessary. You have basic contact links, a few of my works and that's all. If you want to know more about me you can contact me or visit my twitter profile, and if you want to see more of my work you can take a look at my Dribbble profile.

    - Copies: I'm happy with the slogan, though the second tag line is a little bit random. 'Helping startups success through design' seems to be really long. I'll definitely go with something that explains the slogan!

    - Vertical rhythm: Will take a look ;)

    - Lists: I'm pretty happy with the footer to be honest. I think it does look like a list even if I don't use bullets or horizontal lines.

    Thanks for the huge comment my friend! Highly appreciated. Hope you're well :)

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    10 months ago

  18. James James

    Looks great man, really impressive! Impressive that even though the first iteration was really nice, this one just blows it away.

    I would probably change the spacing between the logo and your name and job description - I see you've made the sizing of the logo line up with the top of your name and the main parts of the letters in 'product designer' (like the bits in p and g etc if you know what I mean) but I think it might look better if you moved the logo closer to the text and make it slightly bigger so it lines up with the absolute bottom of the 'product designer' text.

    Also as someone else said here the introductory paragraph maybe could use some work with wording and maybe spacing :)

    10 months ago

  19. Yummygum Yummygum

    @Manu Gamero ☁ Oh, nah, definitely liking the flat style! But just the illustration looks a bit out of place imo

    10 months ago

  20. Matías Martínez Matías Martínez

    Arrrg, text rendering! :P

    10 months ago

  21. Kenil Bhavsar Kenil Bhavsar

    looks great. Nice work.

    9 months ago

  22. Eduardo Oliveira Eduardo Oliveira

    Cool

    8 months ago

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