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about 2 years ago
Looks great, Niklas!
The only thing that annoys me a bit is the fact that all clickable areas become really small. For instance the page swap under "Work" and the switch between tweets on "Social".
Aesthetically it's top class! (as always)
[Edit] And then the submit button on the contact page. I don't think it fits with the rest. The gradient is very heavy and the blue very strong.
Thank you Mads, especially for the great feedback.
I see your point regarding the clickable areas, though I think, the fact that they are small, also help emphasizing the importance of the content currently being shown - also given the small amount of space available. (Without removing to much of the symbolism).
The button I will definitely look into. I'm thinking that a light-gray button will do the trick, and will have a more subtle and native feel to it.
Once again thank you for the great feedback.
Thanks @Adam Safar
Thank you so much guys! I appreciate it.
I love it! Very nice!
Only issue I can see is having the logo against the red background - what will happen if the logo itself is red - or a color that doesn't contrast well with red?
Looks great dude.
@Chris Brauckmuller this, I'd imagine
@Maxwell Barvian haha I really should have clicked that link. Looks like they've got it covered!
You're not worthy of one of these if you haven't been CEO of Apple for 1 year
Can you explain the usage of those bars representing your 'skill' in each of the given areas, what are they out of, how is this data measured, exactly? How is one skill better than the other, how exactly are they compared?
I think they're a bad idea, I don't understand why people do them.
very nice vCard, i love the skills scroll :)
i love this piece, especially the color red you used in this.
Thank you all so much for the kind words, i really appreciate it! :)
@Daryl Ginn: The reason for using "progress bars" for skills, is to better compare them. Think of them as a visual presentation of for example: 5/10 - meaning you have a medium skillset in a specific field. Giving the user who sees it a better overview of the persons talent, if they for example want a Illustrator wizard, it is quick for them to decode where the persons strengths is at.
@Niklas Mathiesen I'm aware of what they are and what they represent, I just think they're bad. What's to say your judgement of 9/10 is the same as someone else's. Everything about them is inaccurate.
Take a look at this: http://forrst.com/posts/So_you_want_to_display_your_skill_level-wRo then you may understand what I mean.
I think your design overall is good, however I do not agree with the stats as they're meaningless.
@Daryl Ginn: I see your point, but then you could argue that every single measurement of skill is relative and unnecessary... My definition of an expert is probably different from yours, and from a whole third persons. So all use of describing just "how good you are" can in that sense be argued redundant. But I still think that a lot of people want a some sort of info/overview regarding a persons skillset, of course backed up by a portfolio that reflects it.
EDIT: Also, if the person see the need for further explanation, they can write beneath the bar. Explaining their strengths and weaknesses.
@Niklas Mathiesen If it sells, that's all that matters. I'm just putting it out there lol.
@Daryl Ginn I know, but thank you for the feedback, always appreciated. :)
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