More work done on my new portfolio design.
Thanks for the tips guys, and keep them coming.
10 months ago
The entire thing is pretty sick.
However, that middle paragraph about you; try a way to make it not center-justified for text. As a rule, try and not center long passages. It's just painful to read.
Why does the send button have such a large shadow? Tone it down a bit.
As for the placeholder questions in the contact inputs, make them a much lighter grey. When the user types in it, however, it should definitely be that dark.
Overall it's a great start- it's pretty much set for the top half. G'job.
Thanks @Vaibhav Bhat for the great feedback, I'll give all that a try.
Very nice overall. I especially love what you've done with your initials logo. Just give that "View Project" link wayyy more visual priority. I'd suggest making it a button.
The display of the work is a little cliche, so I'd do something different with that. Maybe make the work thumbnails that span the height of the container they're in.
Otherwise, it's very clean and to the point. Nice colors :)
I did try a lot of different ways, instead of the typical mac mockup. I'm not 100% sure I know what you mean with the work thumbnails, but interested in that.
(instead of being mocked up in a mac, just have the work example taller?)
Thanks Ali, and thanks Issac, will see what I can do with the view project link too.
@Aaron Moody Yeah, I meant just make them taller/larger.
Higher line-height and text alignment to the left :)
Line-height definitely needs to be bigger.
I agree with the comment about the iMac being a cliche, not only is it overused and because using an official product image isn't really for this. It's for app examples.
by Aaron Moody
Changed how I display the work, made some basic line templates to hold the work. better than the imac?
10 months ago
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