• Koen WijbrandsKoen Wijbrands, 6 years ago

    That's some new kind of responsive design: http://cl.ly/image/371R3x232q0d

    3 points
    • David DarnesDavid Darnes, 6 years ago

      Really odd as the breakpoint is 1024px, at least from when I tested. Seems like an awfully high expectation of its users.

      0 points
  • Nice ShoesNice Shoes, 6 years ago

    10px text on the profile page.

    Fuuuuuucccckkkkk offfffff ;)

    1 point
  • Brian A.Brian A., 6 years ago

    What's with this trend of putting loaders on sites? Did we travel back in time to 2003? Also, that mobile site is all but worthless; I feel like a half-baked placeholder would have been better than a giant middle finger.

    All of that said, I love the aesthetic, especially the big numbers. The typography seems to work well on this site.

    1 point
  • David DarnesDavid Darnes, 6 years ago

    Really interesting how the large type mixes together and how some things overlap. Makes a bold impact and looks great.

    However I'm really struggling with simply using the site. When it said "you must scroll" I scrolled sideways and found it didn't work, scrolling vertically makes you move sideways? Also the sliding square bottom right shows my position but I cannot slide it, despite it looking like I should. The next and previous buttons beside it do not take me to the next image, they take me to the next project.

    If some of the UI was tweaked it'd be really awesome.

    0 points
    • Blake PerdueBlake Perdue, 6 years ago

      And the scrolling was super hard to control using my MBP 's trackpad. I kept scrolling too fast or too slow. Makes it pretty annoying to use.

      0 points
  • Wade MeredithWade Meredith, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

    When the page loaded and then I read the "I'm a French Digital Art Director" line my first reaction was, "No shit you are: just look at this website."

    I really like this by the way. The goofy nav I could do without, but the big bold numbers and high contrast is great.

    0 points