7 comments

  • Aubrey JohnsonAubrey Johnson, 8 days ago

    3 clicks to see any work - that was a tricky one for me.

    As Lee said, you've gotta "wow" or at least give me something on that first page.

    7 points
  • Trevor Kay, 8 days ago

    I honestly don't need all the preamble about you, just get me to your work as quickly as possible.

    1 point
  • Lee AraújoLee Araújo, 8 days ago

    A portfolio by itself must show the quality of your work, without showing it... Looking only at first page, it's not very appealing and the text doesn't invite to read. I think you have a good work but you are not showing it the best way.

    1 point
  • Diederik Eenschooten, 8 days ago

    All feedback is appreciated!

    1 point
  • Daniel De LaneyDaniel De Laney, 8 days ago

    I’ve taken the liberty of minimally editing your introductory text so that it reads like something a native English speaker might write:

    What I love about being a front-end developer is helping users get the best experience possible. It's all about brainstorming with the designer to get the UX right, and bringing the designs to life with subtle animations and gestures.

    Also, I agree with the others that your work is too hidden. It should be visible immediately, and a single click should navigate to more detail.

    I would further recommend presenting your work as case studies. Prospective employers will want to understand your contribution and disposition without going to the trouble of contacting you. A link to the finished product doesn't tell the story, and I can tell you from experience that clients will change your work in unfavorable ways without notice.

    1 point
  • Stepan Velichko, 8 days ago

    Looks like you trying to follow brutal style (or you need to try it), but couldn't.

    0 points
  • Diederik Eenschooten, 8 days ago

    Thank you so much for the feedback! I'll work on it again this weekend!

    0 points