I wasn't happy with the single landing page style, so I redesigned and coded my portfolio site. I think I like it and going to keep for at least the rest of year and complete each section at my free times.
You can have a look at the website ☞ oykun.com, read the first journal post and see the Photoshop version at the attachment.
Well, more to come soon and feedbacks are most welcome...
and yes I took a photo of my screen.
Btw, I tweet things over at @oykun
12 months ago
PT Serif isn't loading in here for me. All Times New Romany.
This is lovely. Very nice touch on the top left profile icon hover state.
Hey @Oykun. Really like it. I started a pretty similar approach a while ago.
You should retina optimize it. ;)
Beautiful Oykun. Read the blog article and got so motivated to code my portfolio.
@Glenn Hitchcock I will give it a look. Thanks.
@Cai Davies @Avinash Tripathi thanks folks.
@Lukas Bugla code it, ship it asap mate.
@Coleman Tharp yes, it is in the todo list ;)
@Oleg Stirbu thanks. Great to hear that. Don't forget share with us.
Love it! Really beautiful..
"Merhaba" That's an arabic word, isn't it? Nice work btw (:
So clean! I Like :D
@Aziz Firat @George Otsubo Thanks!
@zee7 ✽ it is Turkish word my friend. Thanks btw.
Like the simplicity a space! Works for me
very nice Oykun, I like it ;)
Looking good! Also just getting Times, and the hover gif doesn't show up for me in chrome. Looking great though! Nice work.
@Jonathan Ogden I know there are lots of bugs. I just didnt want to keep delaying the launch. I'm going to fix them along with content. Thanks!
Merhaba! Masala! :D
@Jonathan Ogden @Glenn Hitchcock How does the font look now? I edited some codes. Thanks!
clean work dude! :)
@Oykun Working now - lovely stuff.
@Glenn Hitchcock awesome, thanks!
@Oykun perfect. Good job!
@Jonathan Ogden Thanks mate! I appreciate the note!
Nice one but i would use hgroup for grouping h tags in your"about teaser" section.
Forget using a div to clear, you should apply a compass clearfix instead of using a semantic div to clear what is so 90's.
Try to not use "transition all" it takes much ressources by the browser than you need just to animate a background ;) and i would not use fixed with and height for creating your differents shapes and forms you would have a much better control of your inside text by using equal padding ;)
Otherwise, that a good design as usual Oykun
@Gauthier Eloy thanks for the tips mate! I will definitely look into them! Coding is not my strongest suit for past year :) Still doing some stuff in old style I guess...
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