18 comments

  • Andu PotoracAndu Potorac, over 2 years ago

    Clients appreciate the thought process more than the final result of which they don't know much about. If you're only pushing pixels, than it's fine to show just pixels. But if you want to work with customers who are looking for results, you should add a page of text for each of those projects, where you explain what was the problem and how you came to the solution you did.

    4 points
  • Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, 2 years ago

    Look, “minimalist” works for people who don’t need to impress—their name is enough. For you, however, this is not the case. You need to explain your process, thoughts etc to impress. Also, omit emojis.

    3 points
  • Matthew Stevens, over 2 years ago

    nice work. elegant, simple and to the point.

    2 points
  • Matthew BlodeMatthew Blode, over 2 years ago

    Very nice! Similar aesthetic to https://www.julian.com

    1 point
  • Juha LindstedtJuha Lindstedt, 2 years ago

    Very modern and friendly, I like it!

    1 point
  • Alex IonescuAlex Ionescu, 2 years ago

    Beautiful. One of the best minimal portfolios I've seen.

    1 point
  • Volkan GünalVolkan Günal, over 2 years ago

    Looks cool, but a minimal site with a rocket emoji in the favicon?

    1 point
    • Lukasz Oslizlo, over 2 years ago

      Just wanted to do the whole site only with emojis as icons and I thought the rocket one looks kinda cool on a favicon.

      0 points
      • Josh Sanders, over 2 years ago

        but... why? how does your site or personal marketing/messaging benefit from a random (and quite ubiquitous) emoji as a favicon?

        The entire point of a favicon is for quick recognition in the tabs of your browser. How does a rocket ship represent you and your work? How does it help you stand out from all the other designers (and more importantly, tabs of a browser since we're discussing favicons specifically) ? I think you're missing out on some personal branding opportunities.

        Also, rationalizing design decisions on the fact that "well, it looks kinda cool" is not going to win over potential clients/ employers.

        2 points