Basically just a redesign of my personal website. HTML5 / CSS3 included, WebKit optimized. I will be further tweaking and upgrading some of the stuff on it soon. Enjoy!
Feel free to check it out here -> bartsitek.com
I like the design, but I personally believe the animations don't add any value, but are a little distracting. Plus, why do some of the icons have more spacing between them then others? Also, since this is just a personal site, you may want to speak in a first-person point of view.
@cerebralideas Thanks for your insights! Here's what I think:
Personal website is my little playground, so with each major redesign I try to implement some of the new technologies available on the market / make it a little topic. This time it's all about HTML5/CSS3/WebKit stuff so I'm trying to make as much use of them as possible plus learn along the way. I don't think they're overwhelming or anything at this point, but if they're prominent? Yes, that was the goal.
These are for visual grouping actually (order of importance). First group is the ones I try to focus on/actually use the most. Second group is all the rest, and then there's the email one.
I get you, but this is actually me trying out/testing something different. There are tons of first-person POV personal websites (if not 99%) because that's the usual thing to do. I'm trying to get that feel of the website being an interactive proxy between you and me, a machine that is talking to you. There will be some AI too!
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