Because I am a designer, I am never satisfied with my personal work. When I work for clients I am mostly at least that much satisfied, to deliver the work to the client, but on personal design the work never ends. But now I am finished with my portfolio. I did this in about 3 days.
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9 months ago
I am the exact same way. I can easily make websites for others, but when it comes to my own I have to go through several redesigns.
Your site looks very nice :)
Nice work, really straightforward and great use of whitespace! I'm guessing the top part incorporates some sort of fancy parallax effect? As iOS only updates web views once you've lifted your finger and scrolling has stopped completely, it looks quite choppy in Mobile Safari. I'd perhaps disable the effect on mobile.
Absolutely love it! The animations are really simple.
Haven't been able to see the desktop version, but the mobile versions needs more work, especially if you design for "mobile interfaces". Some of the text has bad padding/alignment, images aren't scaled properly, and scale in general is out of proportion. The design of the site looks great though, just need to tweak it a little.
I am exactly the same! Nice design-
Just wondering if it's purposeful that towards the bottom of the page it says "where we live" but on the map it says "I live.."
I visited your site in Safari and Chrome, but this images are missing. http://cl.ly/QWXm The webkit inspector shows that they are loaded correctly, so there must be a problem with displaying them.
@Tobias Reich Thanks for the report, will have a look!
Absolutely stunning! Love the design, love the subtle animations on the site!
Crisp and clear, easy to use, looks great. And certainly agree it's very hards when it comes to creating your own branding :)
8 months ago
"...on personal design the work never ends." Kind of quote i'm similar with. A refreshing portfolio nicely crafted Dominik.
7 months ago
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