So I've pushed some changes to my website after so many years.
I've gone for something stripped back, that doesn't show 4 years out-of-date work.
Now the interesting bit; I'm looking for some great quotes to be randomly displayed at the start. I've already got a great one there from Michael Flarup, but I'm looking for more.
If you've got something to say about me, say it here, and I'll put it up there.
9 months ago
"Pete Lacey has an extremely obvious bromance with Tim Boelaars"
"Silence." - best link ever
"It takes me only one drink to get drunk, I don't know if it's the 13th or 14th."
He does stuff, well.
Love the floating logo!
you said you're alchoolist in the most elegant way ever
Excellent work dude :)
Awesome color scheme, Pete! Love it!
Man I love it. I stripped my site back a lot too, and was using the "quotes" as well. Very nice. I agree 100% with you on not showing old work. I don't care to show what I've done way back when, and would rather show what I'm doing right now so I think you've made an excellent choice with that. Congrats again, always a fan of your work. Great colors and simplicity.
Grrrrrreat minimalist idea!
Great work @Pete, but you forgot to add a huge QR code.
Nice work @Pete! Just one nitpick, I didn't notice the small arrow on the second page at first. Ended up using the scrollbar.
Nice work @Pete Lacey. I might consider adding a size cap to the quote font – on my cinema display the type is humungous.
@Justin Roberts - The truth is I wanted people to just scroll, I will probably take the arrow out
@Austin Bales - I want it to be HUUUGGGEEE. But at some point's it messes up - need to improve some calculations.
@Pete Lacey - Touché... why have an arrow when the scrollbar works perfectly already :)
@Pete Lacey Agreed – a limit/tweak to the sizing would be good. If you do want it to be Huuuuge I'd want to see what it looks like in a typeface catered towards larger size presentation – Georgia starts to look clunky at that size.
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