While I like the layout, the navigation is very confusing to me:
Are the colored tiles "Conceptual", "Portraits" etc. special categories, or do they serve as "headings" for other projects/tiles? She should either use headings anywhere or nowhere, as it is now it is confusing.
When you enter a project and click on the icon with the four squares on the top right, it does nothing. I would expect that it takes you back to the "homepage".
I don't like these off-canvas menus. They are ok for a mobile navigation, but on desktop the navigation should always be present, always. Why hide something that is so essential for a website? Apart from that, why are all the projects from the replicated in the navigation?
Apart from these "cons" I there are certainly also things I like:
- I really like case studies, to read about the process behind the designs. Good work!
Overall the portfolio is good, but needs some improvement.
Serious loading issues.
Looks great, but yes, when i look at books we're sent i like to see who the person is. I most likely won't go trakin' down their twitter or instagram to get that info.
Looks great though :)
I'm curious what did she use to get the touch/hover functionality to work on iOS? It's not the default :hover behavior (which you only get after clicking in iOS to allow for hover menus).
I recognize her messengerly project from Dribbble from when I was doing some research on chat app design.
As for feedback, Dennis seems to have done a good job of that.