Redesigned portfolio site (http://labus.me). I decided to simplify it by turning it into more of a landing page that branches out to all of the other spots on the web that house my content and info, which lets me avoid having to maintain a second copy of all of that on the site itself.
Also, retiring the 'Labus Design' moniker today- new site is http://labus.me , and new email is firstname.lastname@example.org (though the old ones will still work for the foreseeable future). Twitter handle will also change eventually, still trying to acquire a new one at the moment though...
7 months ago
This looks super neat!
Great concept, I like it!
The concept is really clever, liking this a lot!
Interesting idea but I feel it misses out a big chunk of what a portfolio site is all about. I want to visit a portfolio site and see YOU, your thoughts, your taste, how your present yourself. Not links to things you've posted on sites made by other people.
Just a thought.
Preload the damn images! The animation effects are completely lost on us unless we manually reload!
I agree with @Tom Newton. Though it's easier to direct visitors to other sites that already have the content, that's not necessarily the best solution for visitors/potential opportunities. Visitors aren't always necessarily (or usually) interested in having to visit *[an]other* site[s] to see what you're all about.
I read recently from one senior designer that if a link to a "portfolio" goes to a Dribbble, he immediately discounts them and moves on. Your website is an opportunity to display your work in a thoughtful way, and presenting in a personality that's designed by you.
Right now I get the impression that this is icloud.com, repurposed.
However, if this site isn't for the purpose of presenting to potential opportunities, then you're accomplishing your goal. It's a hub to send visitors to other sites relating to you, and then opening the door for them to view other people.
i like simple solutions. Maybe some image in your 500px account should be your website background. nice work :)
Also, if your pin is accurate, we're totally neighbors.
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