18 comments

  • Karel VuongKarel Vuong, over 5 years ago

    I agree with Brian's feedback, just wanted to add one more thing:

    3. Remove Siamak.us from your list of work. It seems unnecessary to include the thing you're viewing your portfolio on in your portfolio.

    7 points
    • Siamak Mokhtari, over 5 years ago

      Hey Karel. Your feedback is correct But I have an idea for the future and I included it in my projects ;) Thanks.

      0 points
  • Eli SladeEli Slade, over 5 years ago

    Any site that requires js to load is bad in my books.

    5 points
  • brian andrichbrian andrich, over 5 years ago

    kept waiting for the minimal

    4 points
  • Brian A.Brian A., over 5 years ago

    Overall, I like it. Two suggestions for you:

    1. Remove the loading screen. You're not really loading anything too crazy, so I think it might be unnecessary.

    2. Make the thumbnail images clickable. Might just be a personal thing, but usually I expect thumbnail images in this context to be clickable links.

    2 points
  • Jonathan ShariatJonathan Shariat, over 5 years ago

    Afareen!

    Kareh khoob daree.

    Sorry my Farsi is basic haha. Nice stuff!

    2 points
  • Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, over 5 years ago

    No

    0 points
  • Diederik EenschootenDiederik Eenschooten, over 5 years ago

    Your linking to your instagram but you have no photo's. And maybe isn't really necessary ( just my opinion ).

    0 points
  • Mohamadreza KhaniMohamadreza Khani, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    Good job overally. There are a few things I would do if it was me:

    1. Minimalism in web design is more than just great large white space and going with less colors. If it's gonna be flat, you better remove the shadows. If it has depth, apply global lighting to almost all the elements (buttons, etc.). Also, choose one between rounded or sharp edges.

    2. I like the gold color, but overlaying it on your designs mixes up the colors! So, to see the real colors of the designs, you have to not to hover the pictures!

    3. Go bold with your design! For example, why not using -much- larger font size for your name? Try things you never do.

    Keep it up!

    0 points
    • Siamak MokhtariSiamak Mokhtari, over 5 years ago

      Thanks MohammadReza For your Opinion. It's don't follow any Trend of Design! It's my style. My style has Shadows, solid colors, radius and part–time have Gradients Colors!

      I agree with you (2). I don't accept your idea in 3 because I like to use Sans and Sans-Serif Type font in my Website.

      Have great design with passion ;)

      0 points
      • Mohamadreza KhaniMohamadreza Khani, over 5 years ago

        It's great to have your own style, but there should be also a sense of consistency and elegance in your design, after all, which makes your design -or style- unique.

        I didn't get your point about Sans and Serif fonts. I was trying to say go much deeper in typography as it is what counts as the hottest web design trend now.

        Keep it up!

        0 points
  • Daniel KorpaiDaniel Korpai, over 5 years ago

    I think the parallax "era" is over now, leave that behind. What do you think what will be the web trend in 2015? Look around and get more inspiration. :) Keep going.

    0 points
    • Julian LengfelderJulian Lengfelder, over 5 years ago

      I think parallax for the sake of pure styling is dead. But 2015 is going to be big for motion (e.g. parallax) as a means for better content and storytelling.

      1 point