Wow, thanks for all the feedback! Awesome. Will take it into account moving forward.
Thanks for being a good sport! Sorry this thread got a bit off-topic, haha.
Someone needs to give this woman a medal.
I especially dig the bio: http://d.pr/i/8mmx
It's quite cheeky to do the hamburger nav on desktop and go to text nav on mobile. +1
Apart from the comments from Anmol, this site is beautiful. Yeah, it might be sporting some of the trends of now but it does it with great execution.
Hey, checked out your site. Totally love it! The type for the name does not render well but that maybe an issue from my end (Chrome latest) Also, just for pixel perfection's sake, your "Resume" isn't aligned correctly. Need a bit of nudging to the right. I also noticed the hamburger menu, once clicked, renders the sub menus midway from the header instead below it. Overall, a lovely website! Just a bit dull in terms of colors (IMO), Maybe using bright flat colors would help.
I dig it. It's beautifully done. There needs to be more developers who can and love design.
For your bio section, what language is it supposed to mimic, if any? I thought the "Latest Work Experience" object (?) seemed a little strange. Everything else in the console is either a string or an array of strings. Maybe it should be camelcased?
Looks like ruby to me. The only thing that looked off was latest work experience, which should be formatted as a hash.
Absolutely awesome, except not that responsive :)
I really enjoy your use of color — it's restrained and easily identifies the different sections. The hamburger menu rotation to unfurl the menu is a nice touch as well. Great work!
Awesome. Love it
Love those Grados.
Is it too much to say that I love it?
Looks nice; although it's a bit odd that the menu uncollapses for mobile sizes.
This is so well done. Haters gonna hate. Ignore them and keep on keepin' on.