My site is finally live, go check it out here
This is just a little side project to learn some code and is still a work in progress so give me a shout with any improvements, of if you notice any issues.
Big thanks to @Balraj Chana for the awesome psd.
10 months ago
Nice work and Congrats :)
Really cool :)
Nice one dude :) really like the different hover states....dont be shocked if that gets copied a lot now. ha! It loads quick, looks elegant and conveys the information perfectly = Job well done.
Great stuff mate! Found a small bug with the social icons on hover, not sure if it's intentional or not.
@Yogesh Singh @Igor Štumberger Thanks a lot guys.
@Jamie Heuze Thanks very much dude, I wanted to make it as quick and uncluttered as possible.
@Ari It's not intentional, I'll give that a fix when I get a spare minute. Thanks for the heads up man.
The only thing I would suggest is hosting a few projects on your own site as you are driving away your traffic. Currently if a potential client is looking for a designer and considering yourself once they click on a project they are taken to one of the biggest catalogs of designers on the internet where they could end up finding someone else. Hosting just a copule of feature projects will keep that traffic and then will not be polluted with other comments etc from dribbble users. Add some some social sharing on those projects and you will find linking to your own site will help drive your own SEO.
Well done. Really awesome!
@Grégoire Vella thanks very much mate.
@Jamie Heuze I'm planning on doing that, got the project pages designed just need to find the time to gather the content.
I get 90% of my enquiries through dribbble so it's not a massive problem. If someone were interested in asking me for some work and found another designer more suitable it's probably a better solution for both parties.
That's a very fair comment indeed.
Just lovely!! I'm pushing myself into web design very soon, you're quite the inspiration!
Light sources on the device pictures is a little confusing mind :P
@Ryan Murphy Cheers dude, and I get what you're saying about the light I might take a look at the psd.
@jason 'armadilloboy' You know how to pull my heart strings fella' thanks very much.
Nice and user friendly :)
Nice and simple. The only thing i would suggest is giving the 3 illustrations a purpose, or remove them. Right now each one directs to the same place, which really isn't that far to scroll (if that's not a bug). An idea would be to have a heading above them saying "I create" and then revealing the title of the section on hover, e.g "Identity", "Web" etc. Maybe accompanied by a small animation on hover, like the illustrations popping up of the circle. Just some thoughts...
I'm curious as to why you decided to present it this way. Also, the hero text stays way too long before fading to the next. I actually didn't notice the fade until I was finished scrolling down the page.
Otherwise, it looks good!
Good job , looking great!
Chris, I dig the site! Little bug: the dribble ball in the footer is showing up smaller than the rest and then larger on mouse-over.
9 months ago
well done buddy it's amazing !
@Roman Bulah @Louis Currie @Drew Albinson @Gauthier Eloy Cheers very much lads, appreciate it.
@Baard Kolstad Thanks for the feedback mate, I will be adding more touches especially to the illustrations. It's an ongoing thing whenever I get a little spare time.
@Simon Gustavsson I've shown a lot of the desktop so leant towards mobile. It's a preview to check out the site so I didn't feel the need to go overboard on every detail — just a snapshot of each section, and as I've shown a bit of it already I included the elements that have progressed.
Awesome man. Looks great. @Drew Albinson is right.
Looks great! But im unable to visit the site...
what happen to the website?
7 months ago
Would like to see it. Link dead.
3 months ago
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