As a designer it is an eternal struggle ever becoming happy about your own website. For me it has been a one year struggle.
Check out the Light version and the Dark version.
3 months ago
Looks good mate!
Nice job Victor, I prefer the dark version :)
Looks great! Only, you will have to be careful to what you're tweeting. You're giving such a lot of importance!
Haha when I saw this I thought, 'I swear he's just updated his site?...' - but yea you're right, we will NEVER be happy with our own site design. We're also always learning so things become old (in style etc) pretty quickly.
I like your site at the moment but out of these two? I'm loving the light one personally.
Looks solid. Love your taste and overall simplicity. Its like i can see a page and guess that its a work of @Victor Erixon.
lovely work :)
you officially just did beat Facebook on redesign competition!
nicely done :)
I prefer the dark one, works better with the picture.
I'd say: very good work!
I recommend to use this photograph of you:
More color is more fun!
well played i prefer the dark power!
Looks good. I don't even have a website purely for that reason. You're your own worst critic.
+1 for the eternal struggle.
How about merging "About" and "Contact" into one page?
Well done. Voting for the dark version ;-)
They both looks great! But can you tell us how you're planning showing your work? Those thumbnails are your dribbble shots, right?
Don't you guys feel the need to give more detailed info about your work for prospective clients?
Also: @Oykun Wins best comment! :D
Dark. Ship it.
I like your current better.
Both are looking cool.
But Dark one is little bit nice. So I prefer Dark one...!!!
I dig the dark one)
but I think that existing site looks better)
Awesome ! Voting for the dark one as well. :)
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