Took an hour out yesterday, to keep working on the re-design of my portfolio, just to keep the process alive.
Some wrapped pork meat for you to enjoy.
Still WIP on this, so feedback is welcome.
about 2 years ago
love, as always emir!!
@Emir my friend, your style is Unique! Love it so much!
this is good Emir! Love the feel!
Love this Emir, have you thought about making the package larger to take up more of the bottom square? I think it might be nice if it bleeds a little bit off the bottom too. I think the oval could stay the same size.
sorry, but reminds me of party down scene:
@Tobias van Schneider ▲▲▲ @Abdallah Ahizoune @Neil Tasker @fabio perez & @Mauricio Cremer - Thanks guys!
@Bob Ewing | creativeWHAT!| creativeWHAT!|@Bob Ewing | creativeWHAT! - Cheers for the feedback, Bob! That's a good idea. I'll give it a go! :)
@Timothy J. Reynolds - Thanks, haha!
Excellent theme and colour if you ask me buddy. Looking forward to seeing more of this!
@Gert van Duinen - Thanks my friend. Will keep you updated ;)
@Helder Oliveira - Cheers, man. Big fan of your stuff, so that means a lot!
clever, or should i say cleaver
@matt hochleitner - Huehue! ;)
I'm so looking forward to seeing this go live, Emir. It feels like just yesterday your current site went up and what you're doing with the redesign so far looks really good. An entirely greyscale website is right up my alley too, I can only imagine how well it'll work as a backdrop to the gorgeous colour palettes in your work. Plus, you obviously can't go wrong with pig as a theme ;)
This is looking good Emir. Looking forward to the real live stuff.
@Claire Coullon - Thanks Claire. Yes, the plan is to let the work come in to focus by standing out in color, since that's the main purpose of a portfolio after all. But mainly I want to address the issues with UX. And yeah, pigs rule!
@Rick Murphy - Cheers Rick! Hoping to get some time to finish it before the summer at least.
Emir I really like your concept. The package looking good and the shadows bring it to life.
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