Quickly updated my portfolio - really liking Squarespace so far. I'll be adding more projects once I'm not under NDA's anymore. I'm also looking for work in 3 weeks time, shoot me an e-mail or mention me on Twitter if you know of anything available. Thanks!
8 months ago
Looks great Janna! Keep up the good work!
ooh what do you like best about squarespace?
I really love your "Top 10 Online Universities" project also. Really amazing stuff there. Congrats!
Nice! Liking a lot about this, especially how clean and easy to use the site is. Two points though:
1. You have a main navigation link for "Contact" that makes the user think they are going to go to a new page, since that is how the other nav links work, but instead it forces open the default mail browser. If it was me, I'd either style that link different, perhaps as a button called "email me", or I'd remove it and have the contact info placed within the about section. It's a small UX inconsistency, nothing huge.
2. This is more of a question for something that I see on a lot of designers sites: on the about page, you have a section about your process. I bring it up because this is a common thing on many designers sites, and it usually says the same thing. It makes me wonder, if everyone is trying to use it to get freelance work, what is the point of saying you do things in the same expected process as everyone else. Don't get me wrong, you've made it looks absolutely nice, it's more about the message that i question.
Everything else is great, especially your work!
I love your flower!
@Janna Hagan Catchy Shot!!!
Nice work, looking good! I like those illustrations, nice style!
Hi Janna... we recently used SS for the first time for a client. Did you just use CSS to tweak a theme or did you use their developer platform?
Simple, clean, and effective!
Love the watercolour flourishes across an otherwise clean and simple website—injects a little life, character, and personality.
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