I'd take another look at your copy - you have "I'm" and then "i've" in the opening paragraph, and the 2nd and 3rd sentences are basically redundant. The last sentence is a few fragments put together but not a coherent thought. The copy by the contact form just kind of ends - there's no period in the last sentence. Best bet is to find a friend or copywriter you can pay to help tighten it up.
Cheers Kyle. This is why you don't write copy in the middle of night! ;)
I'd second taking a look at your copy - there are a ton of grammatical errors. Perhaps using Hemingway (http://www.hemingwayapp.com/) could help you.
Thanks Chris - I use Grammarly pro, obviously it's not doing it's job very well! Will give hemingway a try!
Woo! Another great designer using Webflow
Hey Ryan - stop giving away secrets!
Great case studies.
Small tweak, you are missing gutters on the case study pages on mobile, content sits flush with the frame.
Cheers Stephen! Will get this fixed!
Looks like you exported images at 800px but you're rendering them at 760px which is causing them to look blurrier than they should. I'd adjust that so your export equals your max display width.
Dam - thanks Tim for reporting this! I'll get them fixed. Thanks again for taking a look and supplying feedback
Lots of good comments on here. On a side note, I run www.creativelist.io, which is a creative search engine. Feel free to add your website to our index - it's free!
Please don't use a script font for your own name. If you paint it yourself, it will be much stronger.
Hey Tom - thanks for taking a look. I'll definitely 'try' and do it myself! Currently learning a typography course as it's becoming a bigger part of the web nowadays.
I recommend looking at the work of James Victore (https://www.google.de/search?q=james+victore&safe=off&espv=2&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiu68rg2cvSAhWFDiwKHWfDC70Q_AUIBigB&biw=1583&bih=1316)
Look at how strong his messy typography is. I bet you can do the same if you get your favorite pen and just draw you name with all your heart ;)
Cheers for the link Tom will definitely give it a try!
This portfolio is good as heck!
There are some grammar errors in your footer contact paragraph. Watch out!
Otherwise, super clean, loads fast. Where's your resume?
Hey Cory - my resume is on request sorry to say :) if you want it just get in contact with me through the form.
Not a problem! I was simply curious, since I've seen them freely available otherwise.
I would give the text on the subpages some room on smaller screens, such as a mobile phone. Also some consistency with the margins between text and content.
Maybe the contact link on the subpage should lead directly to the form if you'd like visitors to fill it in. I don't think professionals would ever enter a crazy nickname so look into the placeholders as well.
Maybe you could also add some lazy loading.
Well done with the case studies!
Thanks Markus - big thanks for all the feedback :)
No worries, keep up the good work! :)
Hey everyone - just want to say a massive thank you for all your feedback and pointing out bugs on my end. Trust me - my trello board is full and I'm very happy about that.
Looking good, I would recommend taking a second look at your input fields. The labels makes the placeholder text redundant in my opinion.
Thanks for checking it out, the labels are for accessibility reasons really. I could get rid of them or change them to be a bit more targeted e.g. 'Enter your name' then the field could be e.g. Jonny Cash
You are welcome. I think it's important that the label and placeholder synergise and don't simply repeat.
I can see it especially adding value in the project description area if you added some guidelines to help you screen clients.
Cheers Christopher - will definitely add this to the Trello board. Thanks for spotting it and pointing it out.
Not a problem, good luck with your freelancing :-)
wouldbe nice to see this projects 1:1 in real view.
Here's my hiring manager input: I think you did a good job relaying what you achieved on each of your projects and your process as well. One thing that sticks out to me that I like to see when viewing portfolios is splitting up your designs (instead of bulking them into 8 screenshots and just a single paragraph of text) and explaining your thought process. For example, take a screenshot and add some commentary on the problems you faced, how you solved them. Maybe focus on your big 'wins' with a project.
Good work! Good luck!
Any feedback DN is always appreciated.