I think you might need to take a look at your nav. It's doing some weird things (flashing, getting clipped) when you scroll past the y-pos of the main-content div. Also when your viewport goes to mobile size, you lose all your nav options.
Hey Ed, thanks for your comment.
I added a class to make the navigation transparent. Dunno why it flashes.. anyways I removed the function.
Actually, it is my intention to hide the navigation for screens < 760px. How' s your opinion? Do you think a visitor (mobile) wants to see the whole page or is he just seeking for contact details, f.e.?
Well, your site is a portfolio site right? If it doesn't show any of your work it seems like it kind of defeats the purpose? Generally, it is common practice for responsive sites to simply present the site content in a mobile friendly format. I know of very few responsive sites that cut out all the sites functionality for just a contact card.
My site is nothing fancy and there's certainly work to be done but, as far as being responsive maybe it can serve as a simple reference? http://thatedchao.com
// EDIT: My site is now responsive ;-)
Good point. You convinced me. The point is: Why shouldn't it be responsive?
Ok, will work on it :>
You gotta change those Twitter sprites! https://about.twitter.com/press/brand-assets
Thanks for the hint, Damian. Changed that immediately!
The title banners typography feels too heavy I would try using a lighter weight or increasing the font size as it is a little illegible right now.
Thanks Adam - try it again. ( I adjusted the font size.)
A little better, I think the text shadow is hurting the legibility after playing around with the CSS abit. It just feels jagged and overly heavy, could mainly be down to the design of the letterforms.
Haha! Very good, Adam! I didn't even realize the text-shadow and it is not supposed to be implemented.. that happened accidentally :-)
Looked at the site again today, great improvement!