20 comments

  • Taulant SulkoTaulant Sulko, 8 months ago

    Swiss Designer Portfolio

    I see you cashing in on that national reputation.

    15 points
  • Bilal MohammedBilal Mohammed, 8 months ago

    One quick suggestion — change the bouncy down arrow icon you're using for "next project". I didn't click on it thinking it meant "download".

    10 points
  • Thomas PalumboThomas Palumbo, 7 months ago

    I want to dig deeper into some of your work. But how?

    3 points
    • Dennys Hess, 7 months ago

      Thanks for the feedback. I plan to do some longer case studies, however it's pretty time intensive which I'm currently struggle with, given all the work on my todo list :) Hope I can provide some deeper insight soon. Thanks for the feedback.

      0 points
  • Brooks HassigBrooks Hassig, 7 months ago

    I wouldn't have lead with two personal/conceptual projects. The portfolio is awesome, but I'm left wondering how much real world experience you have.

    1 point
    • Dennys Hess, 7 months ago

      The first project ain't personal. The second project became personal, but was done for a client in first draft.

      0 points
    • Ruban KhalidRuban Khalid, 7 months ago

      Have to agree with Brooks here. Not sure why certain design decisions have been made. Also the design/layout of the website is nice reminds me of https://ustwo.com

      0 points
  • Megan VoMegan Vo, 8 months ago

    Great visual design. However, I thought the down arrow meant to download the project or read more about it. I think at first glance it would be beneficial list all projects you have on your site instead of relying on the user to scroll down to discover it. Also, personal preference but I keep my display brightness pretty low because my eyes are sensitive - might want to increase the contrast on the splash for the grey/white text on dark grey.

    1 point
  • Jason Giglio, 8 months ago

    Nice and clean, but not responsive – at least in Chrome DevTools.

    0 points
    • Ted McDonald, 8 months ago

      It has a mobile view, when I saw it on mobile Safari. You are correct about desktop Chrome though, it does not seem responsive.

      0 points
    • Mario MontoyaMario Montoya, 8 months ago

      It is, you just have to refresh once you set it to an iphone/mobile view

      0 points
    • Dennys Hess, 8 months ago

      True it's not absolutely responsive. It works on mobile and desktop, however because of the constraints of the readymag tool, it's a little bit limited in terms of breakpoints.

      0 points
      • BIG Man, 8 months ago

        Did you consider Webflow? much better in my opinion than readymag

        0 points
        • Dennys Hess, 7 months ago

          Yeah I thought about it, but I found my site is too simple for it :D May be next time?

          0 points
  • KeVon TicerKeVon Ticer, 8 months ago

    I think it's beautiful, both the work and the site itself. But the grey on black text on the first and last pages are so low contrast that it's inaccessible for people with even minor visual disabilities. Not a dealbreaker by any means because of the white text that accompanies the grey text, but there are definitely a certain percentage of users who will not be able to get the full experience.

    0 points
    • Dennys Hess, 7 months ago

      Thanks for your feedback. I think it will be good to consider making that a bit more visible :)

      0 points
  • Patrick SénécalPatrick Sénécal, 8 months ago

    Quick question : How does F-I make time in their schedule to do such intensive "redesigns"? You seem to have participated in a lot of them.

    0 points
    • Dennys HessDennys Hess, 27 days ago

      It's usually pretty compressed, small singled out projects, structured effectively and efficiently. I certainly had the pleasure of being part of a few yes :)

      0 points
  • Andrei ScarlatescuAndrei Scarlatescu, 7 months ago

    Loving the work, I also can't help but wish the site was more responsive. Some nice projects there!

    0 points