Friends! As designers we all know the eternal pain that comes when we work on personal projects and for me working in the last couple of months wasn't easy, I always say: GET COMFORTABLE WITH FEELING UNCOMFORTABLE.
I get a lot of screen tearing on the Daft Punk page (the only one I tried), I think your scrolling effects aren't well optimized. Running a mid-2012 Retina MacBook Pro, OS X 10.9, in Chrome.
Edit: On my desktop, late-2013 iMac (not Retina) running OS X 10.9 and the same version of Chrome, I don't see it. It's probably just a Retina thing.
Works perfect for me. OS X 10.10.5, Chrome
Lots of screen tearing at the top of these pages: http://www.thenerodesign.com/seeweb
Whatever approach is being used for parallax here, it's not very kind to the browser.
Did you take that with Quicktime?
No, and it's not an issue caused by GIF recording either.
I used Gyazo GIF.
I have the same settings, and it works perfect.
total crap. he should tear it all down!
Nice portfolio, but these loading screens man... brings me back to Flash days.
He's loading stuff. What's he supposed to do?
Find a better way to load images/large assets so it doesn't block me from reading text. Take a look at what Facebook does.
I really like the hover effect as well. I might suggest speeding up the delay between items. I scrolled past to a blank screen twice in a row.
Thanks Ian. I think the problem is in touch devices. It will be a problem with speed or with touchscreen feedback
I had major delays and I'm on a MacBook Pro. Don't skimp on optimization. Speed is super important. Love the transitions between items but the time it took to load reminded me on the Flash days.
transform: translateZ(0);onto the class
.moduleI managed to improve the performance of your work pages.
You should have tried progressive enhancement. I really don't like sites that require js to work. The visual aesthetics are nice though.
That's like saying I don't care about internet privacy because I have nothing to hide. You're thinking about it the wrong way. I believe the internet should be a free and open place for everyone to use no matter their environment or disability. Just because you or I don't do something doesn't mean that everyone is that way. Plus sites usually get a big initial load performance benefit with progressive enhancement.
picks up mic you're pedantic. i'm going back to work. drops mic
It's a nice idea in theory, not in practice.
really like it. the selected projects hover effect/page transition is incredible.
Yeah really good stuff. Feels really thoughtful and the work is just as nice. Great work!
Looks good, but I can't use my spacebar or arrows to scroll and, in my opinion, loading screens shouldn't be on websites. Think of other ways to get the content on the page without having the user just watch a bar fill up. Even a playful animation that's more fun to watch would help out.
The aesthetics are gorgeous and the work is spot-on, but I found it a pain to navigate without my trusty keyboard.
WHOA. Profre$h portfolio site.
How do you manage the content? Is there a CMS? Mind going into the development more. It would be really interesting hearing a breakdown from you on the design and development as well! Always love that stuff.
Great stuff G
No CMS :) all static content
This is incredible. Good work.
Actually looks really beautiful. Very nice.
Really nice. The transitions are way slick and kind of bring it all together. I actually think the portfolio pieces are a little long. I found myself only getting about half way though them before I went back to the list. Definitely see the vanschneider influence. But thats not a bad thing at all I don't think. >_<
That's one of the amazing portfolio I've seen. Congrats!
Did you use any jquery plugins to load the Project via Ajax? or Is that custom made?
Because I like the transition between the pages. I've been looking for similar transition experience. If that's custom made, could you make it open source? with minimal demo?
Guys thank you all for your feedback. Maybe I optimized the performance.
Wow this is incredible... I love it!
Ottimo lavoro, complimenti.
Amazing use of Gsap mate. Tonnes of movement, but in the right places. Draws the eye through content quite nicely.
very nice website mate
This is sooooo rad! The only thing I would do would be to get rid of these background graphics (http://cl.ly/image/1l3p1g270H3z) I don't think you need them at all, really good :'}