Redesigned again my portfolio, I'll start to code it.
Please see the real pixels here
4 months ago
Nice, it looks very clean. I think its a solid foundation but you need that little hint of uniqueness. Something that reflects you.
Love the helvetica in the header, really fits in there. Makes it stand out.
I agree that it needs a touch of your personality to make it stand out. Solid work though!
Saw this picture on Instagram, really enjoy it. I made a comment over there as well, don't know if you saw it?
"Hello, you're looking for a designer?"
"Hello, are you looking for a designer?"
Just might be a bit more welcoming :) again, nice work!
I have to wonder why you've elected to make your social links so prominent. The purpose of a social link is "find out more about me elsewhere," but if this is your portfolio then I'd think you'd have everything a client needs to know right there.
Awesome! Great shot.
I agree with @Jonathan Shariat. Especially for your logo/name text.
Nice job though, keep it up!
@Adrien Rochet Beau travail, simple et élégant ! Les icones sociales me semblent un peu trop imposante ça crée un petit déséquilibre, mais c'est une question de point de vue !
// Nice work, simple and elegant! Social icons seem a bit too large it creates a small imbalance.
Very nice indeed, but perhaps some credit to the creator of the social icons, unless this was also made by you, in which case ignore me :P
Hard to say anything without seeing the whole page. Except that it looks nice.
I also can't help myself, but notice the ugly antialiasing Photoshop does to the small text. Will Adobe's lazy asses ever fix that?
@Mark Lee unfortunately Photoshop is still primarly a photo editing program. I doubt they will even bother fixing that in a future release. The crappy text rendering has been there since forever, lol.
I like the simple and clean layout you've created. My only suggestion would be to have a more prominent call to action at the top of the page. Maybe "View Work" or something? Just an idea. Otherwise it looks great!
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