"WE ARE A DIGITAL PANTHER"
If we reach 50 upvotes, we'll change the headline on our website to that.
I'll upvote to that. Cheers
yep, they are now.
About 200% better.
This is fantastic, one of the best agency sites I have seen for a long time.
The animated background images are a brilliant idea, as is the footer/nav loop.
The worm-like loader doesn't really match the rest of the site, it makes me think of Google. I am not sure it is really needed.
Good job though!
Really nice and unique design! I don't think the landing section ('We are a digital partner') is as strong as the rest of the page though. Feel it is missing something when you compare it to the rest of the page. Smart use of the nav/footer, never seen it done like that before.
you know what really grinds my gears? when someone uses onclick event instead of a simple href
Hi there :) Try to hover over or inspect the "Explore Case", "Read more" or "Apply now" CTA's inside each of those areas with onclick events... You'll see that they are in fact href's. The bigger area simply forwards the click to this anchor tag. Reason for this is to get better SEO (which I'm guessing your critique was aimed on).
In short: Making the whole area an anchor tag doesn't make any sense in SEO or for a blind person. A CTA on the other hand...
I hope that oiled your clockwork
Hey Nikolaj, thanks for explanation!
My point is.. the UX. In your case you could just wrap box titles with anchors rather than making them clickable. An anchor provides more functionalities, like opening in new tab/window, copying the url, the :visited and :hover state.. you get it ;)
Good lord this is fresh.
Am I the only one who sees in the logo a man seated on the toilet?
Wow! Great work guys. Inspiring to a student .
Looks brilliant! Good job.
I really love this. Solid work. Bravo!
Looks great. I noticed that the case study videos fill almost the whole screen, at least for my browser/computer setup, so I hit 'play' with part of the video off screen. Then I tried to scroll more carefully to get the whole video on the screen, and the video stopped playing. I imagine that this is so people who lose interest in the video and scroll away don't have to have it on in the background, which makes sense, but didn't quite work in my case—maybe you can add a little buffer, and only trigger that pausing effect after the user has scrolled a certain minimum distance?
It's a good point. Will look at that :)