15 comments

  • Cory Etzkorn, over 2 years ago

    Simple and nice! Wish the projects / sites linked through to actual work tho.

    4 points
  • Scott ThomasScott Thomas, over 2 years ago

    Nice and simple. I love straight forward sites. The tabbing works prefect and well as screen reader. My only comment is that it was tad difficult for me to decipher text from the links. Edit: looking at previous comment, might be just me.

    1 point
  • Alex Carpenter, over 2 years ago

    Realigned my personal site once again. Focused on performance and accessibility. Source code for the site can be found here https://github.com/alexcarpenter/alexcarpenter.me

    1 point
    • Mike A.Mike A., over 2 years ago

      Like how simple it is!

      But – is there any goal for the website? What would you like to achieve with that?

      0 points
  • Account deleted over 2 years ago

    That layout is niiiiiiice. I agree with what someone else said - I also dont know any of the places you've worked - maybe link them?

    1 point
  • Alejandro DorantesAlejandro Dorantes, over 2 years ago

    Pretty cool imo but lacking

    0 points
  • Account deleted over 2 years ago

    Colorblind accessible like a bawse. ;-)

    0 points
  • Luan GjokajLuan Gjokaj, over 2 years ago

    Clean stuff always works, good job! I really like the blue underline and the hover effect. I think you could work more on the content though.

    0 points
  • Daniel PapeDaniel Pape, over 2 years ago

    Overall I really like this page.

    I like how simple the page is, most of the time on a developer's page I'm just looking for a link to their github page so having that at the top with the codepen and twitter is a good decision.

    Personally, I'm not familiar with any of the places that you have worked so a very short blurb might put those companies in better context.

    Very nice instagram photography too :-)

    0 points
    • Eric BoyerEric Boyer, over 2 years ago

      Curious, what are you looking for when going to a developers github page? What makes that the top priority for you?

      I've been working in the field for 12 years now and I don't really have a ton of open source contributions, always done most of my work directly with companies. So, would I just be considered not ever having done anything?

      0 points
  • Eric BoyerEric Boyer, over 2 years ago

    I grew up in Grand Rapids, been in Chicago for ~11 years. Have followed Mighty's work and love it. Great work dude!

    0 points