Hello guys, my new website and logo is updated:
All feedbacks are welcome!
Good Job with the logo , and I love the site too. Only one thing bothers my... The twitter and the Dribble logo is a little pixelated on the hover effect.
the Hybrid Designer and Developer area is very tall
the page transition animation is cool, but quickly becomes annoying imho
Love the look and feel! One thing I noticed being jarring is the arrows on the project pages that take you through each project. I initially thought they were arrows for a slider.
@Milkmusket :) these arrows are located in the center of the page, so they can deceive; D
Nice design, definitely an improvement over the old one ;)
I'd include some vertical media queries to make the banner shorter (in height), though. On shorter screens this might be a bit confusing
Also, Please Stop "Fixing" Font Smoothing in the navigation :)
@bfred_it Thank you, on mobile version I have greatly reduced the height of the banner.
I had to use smoothing, because the font was unreadable in chrome / safari on windows.
In my humble opinion the loading dots should be removed. In a world that expects instant results and that despises waiting you need to be careful when making pauses in the flow of your website.
I am a huge fan of your new design - I actually came across it somewhere on Twitter before I saw it on Forrst. First impression: it's very clean, minimalist, simple. Text is very legible with sufficient contrast, and more importantly, it's a truly responsive layout. I like how the menu collapses when the viewport is sufficiently narrow.
With regards to the jagged social icons in the footer, I suppose it's the matter of how different OSes respond to font hinting. I have checked out your design on an iMac at work and also on a personal PC at home, and the jagged edges only manifests in the latter.
I'm ambivalent about the page animations/transitions. I think they look great for first time visitors, and especially on the front page. Perhaps you can only limit the animation to the home page, or to first time visitors (with the help of cookies). I have to admit, the transition gets a little annoying after awhile, especially when the user is already expecting it after spending a couple of minutes navigating the site.
But other than that, it's a very magnificent redesign you have made there :)
@teddyrised Thanks mate, I agree with you, I think that will insert a cookie to remove the animation after the first visit or after some time.
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