That skull is bad ass.
This make my eyes blink a lot
This makes me happy. You seem like a hella rad dude.
LOL "seem" is the operative word here folks
Very unique! Liking it!
I really like this. Great work samples. Your description of yourself on the about (wtf) page is super down-to-earth too. Nice job.
It's certainly a very different Eli.
This is super hot but for some reason it's killing my browsers (both Safari and Chrome). I've checked the console but can't see any errors in there...
Thats more than likely the WebGL skull. Tried to build for performance, but there are a lot of factors that impact it (other open applications, what's happening in other tabs, etc). Sorry your experience isn't the best. Thanks much for the feedback!
No worries! It actually seems to have smoothed out now, however I don't think it was the skull. Both Chrome and Safari were lagging real bad on the internal pages too, where the skull's just a PNG.
Btw I really like the aesthetic here. Good work!
Really killer work!! :)
Great website! A lot of personality, but the work still comes across with a strong presence.
very cool website! I really liked it
That page transition is SICK. Cool stuff
— Dribbble comment ;)
Very cool. Reminds me of the brazilian MTV's 2014 style: https://vimeo.com/47540751
This is different. I like the pinopolis font.
Very fresh Eli! Always love looking at portfolios with unconventional work.
Why use wtf tld?
I'm loving the visuals of this site. I did have a little hiccup with the skull at first (slow connection, fwiw) but after that everything seems to be running smoothly. Beyond the aesthetic, I really appreciate the way you laid out your work with the problem, approach, etc. Labeling the "about" page WTF is a really nice, fun take on a generally mundane element.
One thing I was a little curious about was why the work / wtf / fun order was switched on the homepage vs the internal navigation. Aside from that, my only tiny tiny note is that generally the underline isn't continued to the closing punctuation as you currently have it under "ISL," and "music." on the WTF page (sorry, old book designer instincts die hard).
Thanks so much for the thoughtful feedback!
I went back and forth on the menu ordering a lot. My logic was that in a list, like in interior pages, or on the mobile homepage, it made more sense for WTF to be the final item (or maybe not?), but I liked having it superimposed on top of the skull at desktoppy sizes. I may change that to make it consistent tonight.