Oh hi there!
Figured I would need some feedback from you Dribbblers when I feel like I've had a major brain freeze.
What I'm going for is simple, and some awesome CSS animations.
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11 months ago
My main thing would be that if your not a designer, you would probably have no clue what that website is for.
Maybe a short and simple tagline just to inform your visitors as at the moment it could be considered a website that shows off nice images and design like UI Parade.
Bit of an introduction about yourself or bio would be handy.
@Alan Horne I totally agree, that was what I was going for.
Really like this!
@Alan Horne Like this?
perfect @Victor Erixon and agree with @Alan Horne
As Hell Awesome Work ! LOVE IT !
@Victor Erixon I'm not sure if that's sarcasm or not haha, but it doesn't even need to be as blatant as that, something really simple next to your name or something.
Great!!!!!ove it!!! Just as a option make it bigger tumbs - I have great stuff in yours collection - show them!
Maybe put the Email icon by the two social ones and get rid of the email row. Brutal Simplicity! ;)
Nice design, but I don't really get the tagline. What's brutal about it? And why brutal? It seems a little confused.
@Duncan Malashock Just a powerful punchline for fun! Thanks for the feedback though, I will most certainly change that.
Beautiful. The contact button looks a bit alone, right ?
@Alexandre Naud Might make people want to press that lonely poor button and contact me! Jokes aside, I agree.
I really like unconventional minimal layout. A small descriptor is definitely an idea worth considering, however the way I use my portfolio is usually sending it directly to people who know to expect to see my work or via referral (in which case the people viewing it also know what to expect) so if you dont rely on organic traffic for jobs maybe it can work without the tagline etc?
10 months ago
@Ryno van Niekerk Very good point.
Rather than just saying 'This is awesome', Ill give you some real feedback.
The way that the thumbs are indented annoys me, I'd want everything to line up with the horizontal rules top & bottom.
The layout seems confused as to whether it wants to be centered, aligned right or aligned left. If you think centred is the way to go, I would put the logo in the middle and move the drop down below the horizontal divider. Also the drop-down feels out of place anyway & doesn't feel associated with the content that it controls (The center portfolio pane).
It is awesome by the way :)
Nice work, and I totally agree with @Ryno van Niekerk, also feeding people a bit of curiosity it's never a bad thing.
very nice mate!
These look exactly like what I got in an email from 365psd's. Did you make these?
@Dain Miller Yes, it was my contribution to 365psd.
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