background-attachment: fixedfor the background, which is a performance nightmare. Replacing it with
background-repeator something similar improves the performance drastically. Here's a comparison:
This is awesome! Drastic improvement indeed.
You can't get this kind of feedback on Dribbble or Behance :D wow!
Perfect explanation! I've been dealing with this nightmare on my latest as well and need to make some improvements. Thumbs up!
This looks really great! I really like the subtlety of everything happening when I scroll.
A couple pieces of feedback, take it or leave it!
Looks like there are some issues with the mobile view, especially within the case studies. The images don't scale down and begin to get cut off at a certain point.
Because of how interactive the hover state is on the project images on the homepage, I expect them to be clickable, but am surprised to see that they're not.
Lastly, all of the other actionable items on the page have some kind of fun interaction on hover except for the email icon in the upper right!
Aside from that, nice work!
Agreed with 2.
When I reach the bottom of a project, it'd be nice to have some pagination from project to project instead of forcing me to use the back button.
Looks great tho, I'd also maybe consider trying to optimize some of your images more, couple projects took a long time to load.
I appreciate the humility and usefulness of this feedback. DN needs more of this ^ :)
Thank you very much for this feedback, im working on it right now!
Optimized everything, can you take another look? Thanks.
Looks good to me!
Thank you very much!
We used the same emoji in the footer, good call!
Hey, nice portfolio, love minimalistic look. But there is problem when hovering on button:
I'm using Safari 10.0.3
Thank you, will look into this.
Crazy how the internet condenses the size of the world and brings people together.
- Love the portfolio. Design, writing, and technical implementation are all executed impressively well. Now that the first version is shipped, you should have some fun with it!
- Appreciate you using Rellax (I'm the person who wrote it :D). It's so cool to see it being used in the wild!!
- My whole family is from Mexicali, so it's encouraging to see design talent emerging from that part of the world. I'd love to hear more how you got started in web design! Holler if you're up for chat moe at dixonandmoe dot com
Hey Moe, that's quite a big coincidence lol! Rellax it's really fun.
I'll shoot you an email so we can chat.
Sweet! I really like your portfolio. So clean
Simple and clean. The only thing that I would change are the lines on bg, I would just remove them
I'd argue to keep them. To me they add to the overall personality you have going there and they don't impact focus or readability.
I second this.
Removing the lines will take away much of the unique look. I think it adds a lot of style for such a simple element. Keep!