The angle of the red in the Q and the red in the N and T don't match up and that bothers the OCD side of me sooooooo much hahah
Not a fan of how many clicks it takes to get to the center of a case study.
Seems like much more thought was put into style than UX.
I agree. I had no issue using the website, but i am a web designer. the average person would probably try to scroll, and then leave because it doesn't work. So maybe add scrolling to that section of the website.
Flashy page and lovely transitions - but a little thin on the substance. Only one case study and nothing at all about the people on the team. Still, it's a promising start.
Pretty. Not very useful. Project URLs get routed back home, massive amounts of video being pull down on page load leading to long load times looking at a pretty "spinner". The about page has no real substance bar a few dot points and icons. The background effect is a nice and subtle effect.
So on mobile I get a static site with links to external portfolios.. not convinced.
Some nice stuff in there, but I have to say that I can't wait for the three dimensional "perspective" shot of the product/project trend to be over.
Why do I need to tilt my head to see your dashboard design?
very low FPS for the animations (safari on MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Mid 2014)) made my laptop really hot too. still, cool effects
Same problem on Firefox, MacBook Pro 13. :/
Would be really interested to know how they made that background effect, very nicely done!