Really nicely designed. Good font choices, UX, and excellent work on display.
Thanks so much :)
I like it! I'd give it a solid A considering: Distribution of content, font combos, use of white space, consistency throughout the pages, and I appreciate the subtle interactions. Certainly clean and not brutal.
Appreciate it! :)
Looks really good! Im just checking it out so this is a brief critique, but on your Alfred camera project on the home page, the section headers looks a little out of place that are center aligned. I'd left align that so it matches up with the rest of the site. Looks great overall!
Seconding the positive aesthetic vibes! I get a good feel of your visual style through the body of work, especially the branding and illustrations. A quick thought, could you just show the nav on the mobile instead of having it in a burger + draw? I saw that there are only two sections - projects and about&contact. Just a thought as the burger menu might not be needed.
What has your experience been like with Webflow so far? From the outside it seems super powerful but I've never used it myself.
I appreciate it a lot! And totally agree on the nav. It's definitely something I should simplify, I have hopes of adding a 'Shop' link up there, so I think I was just planning ahead but you're totally right :)
And I love using Webflow! I think if you have some previous experience with html + css it helps and makes it super simple to get started, then as you learn more the possibilities are really endless. But if you're new the video tutorials are amazing and it's pretty quick to get the hang of. It's a great skill to have as a designer I think!
well done, really like the overall aesthetic. Definitely gives off a branding/visual focus.
I only have a small little nitpicky comment as for notes. There are a few elements on the site that move/interact on hover but offer no additional interaction. The colors, upon moving my cursor over them I immediately thought I could save or expand/view more within that color. The same goes for the about section, I thought that the categories "branding, consulting, web etc" were clickable and would take me to those specific categories.
Really like the layout of the projects, like I said, just something nitpicky from me
Thanks Joseph! Totally see what you mean about the hovers that don't have an interaction. I'll rethink those! :)
I've recently updated my portfolio to focus on brand design, and I'm playing with some different ideas about how to showcase projects. Looking for any feedback on case studies and the site design overall.
Site's built in Webflow, and I'm still working out a few bugs and kinks but feel free to let me know if you find anything wonky :)