so fresh so clean!
one little nitpick is that I think the "(where the magic happens)" would look better on its own line, instead of being split most of the time (the sentence is split @ 1440px wide on my 2016 macbook pro)
I think if it stayed on the 4th line down, it would also compliment the sections below the h1, kinda mimicking the form/styles of the section titles.
thanks for sharing!
totally agree with this... especially when one brags about nitpicking about the last 5% of detail
Good call, much better
(not referring to css here)
Top notch! Love the "Rome" project. Thanks for sharing.
Feels like the centre graphic should be affected by the case study containers rather than the text itself. It's too easy for it to flicker uncontrollably which is rather jerking.
Also I'm all for that underline effect - However with that contrast I find myself moving my mouse away to read it and then that sets off my first point again.
Really nice work man! especially the storytelling aspect of each project. A tiny nitpick about Khroma site – would be cool if email sign up prompt (google form) opened in new window instead of taking me out of khroma experience... super tiny, I know.
It feels like only yesterday we met when you came to visit the Fantasy Interactive offices in Stockholm, when you were at Hyper Island. You've come a long way man!
Loving this site. Incredibly well crafted! A small nitpick is that the text links aren't active when you hover between lines. This kinda distracts you when running your cursor over a case and seeing the case image flash back and forth.
I signed in to Designer News for the first time in months to upvote this. Love it.
Niiiiice! Solid portfolio and great case studies!
Really nice, loving the type and colour scheme. One thing that does bug me however is when I press the About link, the close icon is on the other side of the window :(
Thanks for the feedback. I totally agree there!
Oh yeah much better
its always fun to see similarities between websites. the circle in the middle thing is getting pretty popular, did the same thing for my redesign a few months back: http://www.connornorvell.com/
For me, the idea is similar to this website: http://www.hailpixel.com
not sure what came first, but this https://tympanus.net/codrops/2017/06/28/organic-shape-animations-with-svg-clippath/ tutorial certainly has popularized it massively