Finally got around to updating my portfolio! Although it's really only a fraction of what I do because most of what I do, I do at @Message Creative! Still, I've added some new projects, updated those that needed updating, added a new photo to the about page and tidied up the mobile view (which still isn't perfect, but it's getting there).
Not really any tweaks to the website, just projects and a bit of cleaning here and there. I think I'm starting to come around to a way of showing work that I like (big images, lots of white).
11 months ago
Love it man! I love how simple it is, and it looks good on my iPhone too. Great job!
Only thought I had was maybe make the logo clickable to go home. I'm used to clicking on the logo to go back home.
@Jad Limcaco good point. Done!
Killed it. Great work overall, man. :)
Looks great man. Love the color palette.
Looks good brotha. Keep it up sir.
@Jonathan Ogden Looks great! I like the minimalistic style but I think you could try to add some extra padding to your project images. The navigation looks perfect!
@Antoni Botev do you mean in the projects thumbnail page? Or the individual project page with the big images?
@Jonathan Ogden I mean the home page. Just look at the prime nav, it looks so good but I think the thumbnails at the bottom shouldn't be so tight.
10 months ago
@Antoni Botev fair point. I'll give it a tweak! Thanks.
I really like the blue in the background of your shot, was a little disappointed it wasn't on the actual site. Really eye-catching.
Still, looks good though! Nice work.
@Tom Newton haha! Yeah, I know what you mean. That was just because a mostly-white website gets lost in a dribbble shot.
@Jonathan Ogden Definitely! Drew me in anyway ;)
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