I'm working a new version of my site.
For the moment I post only photos (not very pretty) because it still lacks some details, and I have not finished everything.
I await your return on what little you can see ;)
7 months ago
Looks pretty. Good job :)
Very good job. Like the icons.
@Christophe Hermann Thanks ;)
@Eelco Guntlisbergen Thanks man, icon > http://geomicons.com/ very nice pack !
Mettre les icônes dans l'image "Bonjour" est un peux inutile car les icônes sont juste au dessus ?
Moi je te l'ai déjà dit j'aime bien ! Maintenant ça va bientôt être à moi de jouer pour l'intégration + le WordPress ;)
@Daykiine ⟁ Le menu sert à naviguer, sur la home avoir la présentation des pages qui saute aux yeux est souvent un plus. (un autre exemple ici : http://cl.ly/image/3N2s1s382A3O )
Thanks @LudovicFauchet @Roy Klemba
y bird for twitter while typo for others... very nicely done :)
@Avinash Tripathi Yes, I wanted to use the logo for each one. But i have not a twitter logo typo. Thanks for comment.
get it from twitter site :)
@Avinash Tripathi Here ? https://twitter.com/logo ?
looks very nice :)
Wooow, stunning! :D
Looks cool, HP reminds me telly.com
Very inspired by @Kerem Suer yes?
@Nick Sloggett Inspired, yes. But "very" I do not think.
I am inspired by him, but by @Jeremy Sallée ✦✦✦ , @Dash, telly.com, @Mikael Eidenberg ... and many others.
Here you can see the same pack of icons that are used kerem and telly. >> http://geomicons.com/
it's kind of scary
First of all I think that if you want proper feedback, you should upload proper shots.
Also, your homepage photo is just rediculous. I'm sorry, but it is. Also a tad narcissistic.
@Suzie Creamcheese I have posted the photos because my design is not finished. After putting a photo be on the home page did not narcissistic, but it should be a matter of perspective.
The hole point of Dribbble though, is giving and receiving feedback on your work in progress. Feedback is, in my opinion, beneficial to both giving and receiving party because I learn too by giving feedback. Now you deprive us (and yourself) that chance by uploading photo's of your screen, so we can't really assess your work so far. Also, I think any professional will know what "WIP" means and to look at the shot differently as to something that is 99% done and almost perfect.
So, either SHOW what you're working on PROPERLY, or don't show us anything at all. What you did here is just a little cowardly. Which, in your defense, is rediculous because you are really good. Are you afraid someone might say something "bad" about your work? And even then, so what? It might help you get to an even better design.
I don't really understand what you're saying about the perspective of your photo, but my perspective of it is that you want to bite my head off. I get the whole thing about us designers needing something to distinct us from the rest, but this shot is just ugly and I think you can do better. If the site is about you, why not be you in the photo too?
(Unless you dó want to bite people's heads off, then you nailed it)
@Suzie Creamcheese I understand what you are saying.
It is true that I could post my real design, not pictures. But it is. Maybe the next post ;)
For the photo I put this one as I could have put another. I find it fun.
I made a try with another yesterday. http://cl.ly/image/2v0i2N3z1g1H
(sorry my english is not good)
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