I updated my portfolio website for the new year. It was high time, as my last one had not been touched for the last 2 years. I wanted to move towards making my portfolio a responsive design as well. It is a pretty simple/minimal design, but I kind of wanted it to be that way to highlight the work.
View online: http://www.arteye.com
about 1 year ago
Dude! I really like how clean is your portfolio! Well done!
Simple, yet effective :)
Thank you @Juan Carlos Ferraris and @Rich Smith!
Looking nice and clean, but I'm not a fan of the line separator between the title of the artwork and the type of work it is. It felt distracting. The double-carats on your hero title would also benefit from a nicer font, even if just for the carats. Nitpicky stuff, but overall great job man :)
@Jason, I'm about to do the same thing. I think it's been 3+ years since I've added anything, and it's just time to do so. Like you, I think I'm going to take a simple responsive theme/framework and mod it. It'll be the first time, because every other single portfolio I've ever put up has been a long, laborious, and detailed job.
Nice work. Looks good. My two cents? Lead with "Where It's At!" It's such a fantastic project and really shows off your skills well.
@Greg Huntoon Thanks so much for your kind comments and feedback. I'll be looking forward to the launch of your portfolio!
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