I really want to click that floating bottle to send him an email.
Came to write the same thing!
Looks like it may be unfinished? Link tags for all projects (except Brandsmith, which links to his Dribbble) are blank and don't work.
I also wish people would avoid relying on Dribbble as their sole means to show their portfolio work. It simply doesn't tell me much about their project at all (often lacks context, and am I seeing a progress shot or a finished product?).
One of the few cases I've seen Dribbble functioning well as someone's portfolio is Rally Interactive's site http://rallyinteractive.com/ . (I believe its because their work on the City Guides app for Nat. Geo. was under wraps for a while, and they could only show progress shots without disclosing their client.) Rally is also doing some truly awesome work.
Rally's website is a pretty good alternative Dribbble concept, but an awful execution of a portfolio site.
Do I really care how many views and likes your project got, to to the exclusion of all other information about it?
very nice! love the hover effects on the website previews!
Awesome animations, awesome concept. Super well executed!!!
The "View Project" button hover state is absolutely wonderful. The site really encourages active exploration.
Pretty much perfect.
Looks awesome! Also great works :)