Working on a new personal site. Been back and forth on the content direction. With sites like Dribbble, I've been trying to decide whether or not its necessary to build a blown-out portfolio site.
Of course, potential clients are going to want to see more than just 400x300, but is that something that can be reserved for conversation? We all want the opportunity to present our work, rather than the potential client to make their own inferences without us present.
What do you think?
almost 2 years ago
This looks really nice. Love the color coverage.
I don't think there's anything wrong with using Dribbble to showcase the majority of your work but you may want to have a couple of good case studies available.
@Ryan Payne Love the idea of digging deep on a couple projects, not showing every single project. Thanks for your thoughts!
Really love the look of this. Hoping for some responsive goodness? :)
over 1 year ago
@Jeremy Mansfield If I weren't the one coding it, absolutely. :-)
Ha, ha, haaaa. Totally understand that! Keep up the great work. Love all your stuff.
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