Really like the simply approach you've taken for this. One pain point I do have, is that when you are on the 'Work' page - I initially thought you only had one piece of work on it. It wasn't until I scrolled for a bit then noticed the 'Sub-Nav' as such. Maybe something could be done to make it stand out a bit more.
Otherwise I'm a fan, the case studies are presented well!
Thanks for your feedback.
I think you're right, the subnav needs to stand out a little bit more. I'll fix this soon, maybe with a little animation or by changing the border color.
Glad to see that the community helps me to make my portfolio better :)
Had the same problem.
I've update the subnav with a subtle background and borders.
Really nice work. Just noticed a small typo on the 'Work' page - "I didn't designed the logo" should be "I didn't design the logo"
Fixed, thanks ;)
Hi Benjamin, On the Tuleap project you have a special character encoding problem (see the last screen) I also find it strange that the nav bar is white and quite subtle while you're not browsing the content but as soon as you start scrolling (so reading/looking at your work) the nav bar becomes blue and bold. I would have done the exact opposite :)
I could be also interesting to add urls of the website and app. It differentiates your porfotolio from the "students" one that doesn't have "real" projects.
For the first point, my first approach was to have a white and subtle nav bar but when I scrolled, it was difficult to read the navbar content: white navbar on top of a white content with screenshots… Maybe I should try something less "eye-catching".
Concerning the URLs, they are given at the end of the "Project description" part of each project. Maybe they have to stand out more, under the title and date?
Thanks for the feedback!
Ho now i see it ! And don't forget the last screen of tuleap, the special character really catched my eyes :) And I think that when you're scrolling through the content it's not such a problem if the navbar is not so visible. If you want to put emphasis on the nav, i would put the blue background around the nav between the different works.
I will update the last screen tonight ;-)
Also, I REALLY like the small mention "(I didn't design the logo)" > Super honest and very pro :)
I've launch my new portfolio with real work in it, for real clients. What do you think about it? Did I miss something?
Thanks for your feedback :)
Well done. A nice example of how minimal works. It's not memorable or high-impact, but it works.