• Prajwal Rao, 4 months ago

    Great looking design Garrett. The one thing I would suggest is to not have the gifs autoplay. Because they're so close together (my work), they're a bit distracting. Maybe a static image on load, and then play on hover might work better. Just a thought.

    Also, there's a broken link at "Director of UI/UX at Brandzooka during work hours". Brandzooka leads to nowhere.

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    • Garrett Campagna, 4 months ago

      Hey Prajwal, Thanks for pointing out that broken link! I fixed that right away. As for the auto-playing gifs, I'd have to rework how it's built since there's no good way of delaying a gif from playing, that I'm aware of. But maybe I could make them videos! I'll look into it!

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      • Madison Sadler, 4 months ago

        Personally, i love the autoplay gifs, for me it brought life and movement to the page. I am also curious how you framed those gifs with the blue and pink frames, was that just through PS? Overall great look and feel, unique and clean design!

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        • Garrett Campagna, 4 months ago

          Thans Madison! That's exactly why I wanted to add the gifs so I'm glad you felt the same way! For the frames, each one is a sketch file with a clipping mask that has a black outline and drop-shadow the same color as the background. And the color is a lightened version of the main project color. I hope that helps!

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    • Adam Fisher-CoxAdam Fisher-Cox, 4 months ago

      Seconding this point on the GIFs, also because it means loading megabytes worth of images.

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      • Garrett Campagna, 4 months ago

        Hey Adam, that's a good point. I updated it this morning so that the gifs don't load on mobile and there is a lightweight static image instead. That way, I wont be forcing users to eat up megabytes on their data plans.

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    • Michael RurkaMichael Rurka, 4 months ago

      I enjoyed the auto-gifs :)

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