Nice and to the point.
One suggestion: maybe you should think of combining "Campaign Tracker" and "Clio Communications" into one case study, or at least change their main screenshots. Right now it looks like you're really stretching it to make it into two different projects (at least from the homepage).
Thanks! They are totally separate projects, but I guess from the screenshots they look pretty similar. Perhaps I'll adjust the main screenshot for each of them on the homepage.
Nice and clean!
A little feedback here, i found a funny bug: i can scroll to the infinite sometimes XD I don't know why is happening but hope it helps you for solving it.
That's interesting - I've ran them on a variety of browsers. What browser and device are you seeing this behaviour on? Do you know how to reproduce it?
I'm using Chrome 46.0.2490.86 (64-bit). And this is happening when the page is loading and I scroll. Try to click in some case of study and scroll instantly.
But hey, it's a suuuuuupppper minor bug, don't worry about that ;)
Clean layout, classy and quick transitions. Nice work!
One piece of feedback: Where possible, with a redesign, it would be great to have a "before" screenshot to show the positive impact your design had on the project.
Oh, and another - your work is very clean, precise, technical; all of it. Might be nice to tackle some projects that help you expand your portfolio - things targeted at seniors? Mothers? Veterans? It can really expand your POV and skillset to venture outside your comfort zone :)
Appreciate the feedback! I agree, it always helps to venture out and work on a variety of projects.
I'm definitely looking to add more images and content to my case studies, including some comparisons of the before/after of redesigns.
Site it clean and straight to the point. I like it.
The images are a large for how they display, they render poorly due to Chrome's sub-pixel rendering.
I'm interested in why you've chosen to use Angular for this? Seems like the sort of website that really doesn't require it in my opinion.
Overall though the site is really nice.
Thanks for the feedback! Is there a way to make the images render better? I did notice they show up a bit better on certain screens and on my phone.
Re: using Angular, I enjoyed having the routing and animations as well as it keeping parts of the code more DRY. Definitely not a requirement, though.
I would size the images based on their intended size. e.g. 800 x 600 for and 800px containing.
You could use srcset or the picture element with a polyfill for serving @2x images for retina devices, or just include large enough images that they display ok on mobile and desktop.
Your images are significantly larger than their container, hence why they are rendering poorly.
That being said that is only a personal point-of-view, feel free to continue using Angular.
It feels really smooth and quick! Nice work!