I had a bit of a dilemma deciding which position I should show my personal logo. I decided to use CSS3 to my advantage and show it in both positions. I just launched my new, personal portfolio & blog and I am using a rotation animation to show the logo in both the wing position (for Wingett) and the 'JW' position (for my initials): http://www.jeremiahwingett.com
12 months ago
@Jeremiah Wingett That's a really good idea! Solves the whole problem :)
Thanks @Andrew Terpening! I really appreciate it.
This is sweet. Thanks for sharing.
@kirk visola dude... I'm so glad you like it! :)
I hadn't seen this yet, congratulations on the site launch! It looks terrific, the header typography on the main portfolio page is so eye catching and distinctive. Really beautiful colouring too (I especially love how you applied it to the initial presentation of sketchbook images). Perfect solution for your personal logo (it's really fun to watch it switch, haha). Might just be me, but looks a little blurry when in the vertical position. Anyway though, fantastic work!
Thank you @Claire Coullon! I'm so happy that you saw it. You know, it makes me so proud to get support from you. All of your critiques and encouragement really help me out tremendously. I appreciate it more than you can imagine. Thanks again. :)
And BOOM goes the dynamite. Great idea @Jeremiah Wingett, and perfectly executed. Heading over to check out the site now ;)
Dude, that About page? YESSIR. Love it.
Ha ha, thanks @Jeffrey Jorgensen! Damn, I'm so happy to get that kind of response from you! You rock man... SERIOUSLY!
Hurrah for GIFs!
(and also CSS3 I guess!...)
11 months ago
Very clever!! Awesome!!
10 months ago
@Tyler Somers thank you so much, man. You're awesome!
Wow Amazing work. Wonderful GIF as well.
9 months ago
@derric thanks dude... appreciate it. You have some really great work as well.
That's pretty cool! Great use of CSS3
3 months ago
@Damon Brown thanks dude!
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