I have been working on a new super (I mean seriously) crisp, clean & minimal portfolio site.
I just wanted to strip out every single possible element from a portfolio site, even the colors (Ted Grant once said “When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes; but when you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their souls!”), leaving it so empty that every single detail now matters.
It also features a horizontal-scrolling Dribbble feed. In the screenshot, it's showing works of the admirable @Nina Georgieva (I hope she won't mind).
Have a look at it here: http://crysrn.com.
I look forward to hearing your opinions and feedback.
about 1 year ago
@Crys I'm flattered that you're using my works :) Of course I don't mind, just please credit me with a single sentence, something like "Images by Nina Georgieva" and a link to my dribbble profile.
@Nina Georgieva Hey thanks for not minding.
And yes, the images do link to your works on dribbble while they are there. I will fetch my own stuff once I release the site officially. Thanks again for being in my development process and the screenshot itself. ;)
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