• Kevin XuKevin Xu, over 6 years ago

    First time I really didn't mind the scroll-jacking, for some reason it worked for me.

    Also the source code here, nice work! https://github.com/vaalentin/2015/

    2 points
  • Swapnil SINGHSwapnil SINGH, over 6 years ago

    This is one of the best portfolio experiments i've seen in a while. This made me think of re-working on my own resume. Thanks

    0 points
  • shelby /shelby /, over 6 years ago

    these are the kinds of websites i'd like to make, and i'd really like to see more of.

    0 points
  • Pedro PintoPedro Pinto, over 6 years ago

    Great experience

    0 points
  • Aaron MoodyAaron Moody, over 6 years ago

    It's really impressive, but I think the actual resume content should be more obvious.

    I shouldn't need to go to a "help" section to find out how to reveal the "main" purpose of the site.

    Maybe try a 10px white block at the bottom, with a pull tab to show there's something going on over there? I just started scrolling and missed the "about me" section completely.

    0 points
  • Alex ChanAlex Chan, over 6 years ago

    Really nice and surprisingly smooth. I was expecting really a really choppy experience after I realized there was some scrolljacking going on, but there wasn't any!

    0 points
  • Yannik Schweinzer, over 6 years ago

    I feel like I enter a different space!

    0 points
  • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, over 6 years ago

    Really cool, although I think the effect would be even more impressive if the entire presentation was one long smooth scroll controlled by the user instead of scroll-jacking.

    Also it is not initially obvious that you can jump all the way to the About section at the end just by clicking on the bottom.

    0 points
  • Andrew B, over 6 years ago

    Very impressive... I love the fact it tells a story, and the continuity as you move from one section to another.


    0 points