Today my friend Stephen launched his new personal blog.
There are a lot of nice CSS3 animations in there, try to mouseover the logo or the twitter bird etc. - We put a lot of effort into a minimalistic design but responsive as well as some nice interactive pieces.
You can read more about it in his last blogpost on the page.
Hope you like it!
(I obviously helped with the design & overall UX and animations of the page, and he coded it of course, which I think turned out pretty smooth)
10 months ago
Really nice website. Transitions are smooth and and the navigation is intuitive. Great work!
Amazing. And I'm not being a dribbble praiser here. This thing is truly amazing.
Great job Tobias.
So freaking nice :D
I really loved the horizontal navigation. Makes so much more sense than vertical for this situation. Way to go!
Looks real nice! Great Concept.
Some minor things
1) Classes: .about, .instant could use some padding, especially on the bottom when in mobile.
2) The break tags in the about copy look like hell on mobile.
That “tweety bird” it's awesome!
great work guy!
Oh man that's slick. Great work :)
very, very cool!
It makes me so happy that you made vertical scrolling move the page horizontal. (As opposed to having to use the left/right nudge on scroll wheels)
really nice work @Tobias van Schneider ▲▲▲. love the transitions and especially the ajax content loading. would be great if you post a small review about the technical composition ( underscore.js & wordpress,.. )
look if this is correct..
if I want to load this URL: http://minimalmonkey.com/about/
Great work, love all the little details
looks great! loving everything about this
Wonderful! Loved the game!
Love the twitter bird.
Now that's a nice colour palette. A little difficult to scroll with the Magic mouse, may want to have a slide or reveal call to action like the ones in post.
Really nice blogging idea.
nice work !
You are too awesome dude.
very nicely done.
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