Feedback is welcomed.
about 1 year ago
Zoom out a bit more. It's still too big.
looks nice and clean, but pretty hard to say smth more, because it's too small.
Maybe I want you to focus on the layout, architecture and the use of space and not the style, treatments, etc.?
What the rest said, but as I can see how you divided things - the elements look's nicely aligned and divided.
Agree with the small preview, but right out 'the bat I'd say the imagery you had on the previous site had a much more welcome feeling than the current one. But again... small previw - it's hard to say.
Love the structure Kerem, a nice upgrade!
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Good use of white space. I like it. Might want to share a zoomed-in version.
@Kerem Suer Maybe to replace those 2 boring text paragraphs with something fun? I don't know, but don't like a lot of text on homepages like this :)
I think it's hard to say something about the layout and architecture without being able to read the content and thus understanding what you want to communicate on this page.
I like it Kerem, that text is quite heavy though - is it going to be an article, or introduction? if it's the latter I think it may be asking a lot of visitors.
The header is throwing me off. Not sure why. Try playing with your head.
Agree with @Ismet ...something more fun and concise will get the work done :)
New site.. new picture maybe?
@Ismet @Damian this is not the home page though, it's the profile page, where I will be talking about myself, hence the text heavy approach.
@Kerem Suer That's something else then ;)
@Kerem Suer I think the rhythm of the smaller elements on the page work well to lead your eye through the content. The combination of staccato and legato placement from top to bottom adds a bouncy, fun effect to what could be a dull layout. In addition, the overall funneling of the eye towards the bottom brings the layout to a pleasing resolution.
@Kerem Suer: The layout of the content gets more narrow when you scroll down. I've drawn some lines over your shot to explain what I mean. Right now it's shaped like a cone, I'd go with a more hourglassish shape.
@Stackify appreciate the feedback.
@Roy Abbink thanks for the feedback, it looks like an upside down bat :) You're right about the hourglassish shape, and I think the part you're not seeing might actually achieve that. Thanks for taking the time.
@Kerem Suer Your welcome. I'm curious at a 'real pixels' view of your website. When will it go live?
@Kerem Suer: Looks very nice. Curious to hear how the header area will behave when scrolling the page.
I really like the layout is very concise It does is purpose quite right!
@Alex Pankratov 's comment made me spit my drink out and I wasn't drinking anything.
Love the header... the log and navigation feel at home with the photo. Zoomed all the way out, I'm not sure I'd read those two side by side paragraphs. I might, but it looks like a lot and and I might abandon them for the shiny below.
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