Few days ago I decided it's time for a change, so I came up with this. It's live here. Feedback is always appreciated!
11 months ago
Looks great, but navigation doesn't work, and contact form doesn't look good in Chrome..
@Marko Jotic I took out the navigation because I want to implement a new design to it. I also use Chrome and the navigation looks fine, but I'll took into it and fix it! Thanks alot for the feedback!
Navigation doesn't work either for me, except that, nicely done (:
@Hugo I will fix it as soon as I can. Thank you! :D
@Marko Jotic , @Hugo - I fixed the navigation, hope you like it. More twitches to come!
I dig the look. FYI: The facebook link on the site seems to go to Facebook.com rather than your profile. And clicking on your most recent work (the images themselves, which give a magnifying glass on hover) doesn't seem to go anywhere.
Next step: trying to make it responsive.
@Tyler Nieman , I'm aware of this. I will make a special Facebook page soon, so I left the link "blank" for the moment! I don't really know if I should use something like fancybox, or other jQuery effect on the thumbnails, I must ask for advice on this one! Thank you for the feedback! (:
@John ♖♜ : Thank you. Will do in the future!
I like the nav icons, though having the links inside a "hamburger menu" does not really seem necessary as the links would fit without it. This solution makes the user click/tap one more time than needed.
You could also give the buttons some love, like adding cursor:pointer; to the .button.
Also, clicking the "contact me" text takes me to the contact form while clicking on the button outside the text brings me to the work section. :)
@Samuel Kraft I really appreciate your feedback! You are right about the user having to click one extra click, I didn't want a regular navigation with text kinda thing and I tough the "hamburger menu" was a stylish alternative. Great idea about the cursors! The contact me div is the last div, thats why it appears to scroll to the work area instead of contact form, I should use jQuery to expand it when clicking the link in the menu! Thank you again for the constructive feedback!
10 months ago
I'm really liking it. It's simple to navigate around, simple to look at, and just rocks.
@Nesha Thanks a lot! Future improvements to come!
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