This is AMAZING and disappointing at the same time - the piece should speak for itself and tell a proper story instead of a series of skill meters.
That is a really nicely executed resume site. I don't think its fair to judge anyone's employer. He may have personal or good reasons for wanting to work @ Fox News. He is a solid designer, I'd interview him based on this.
Agree. He may have his reasons. I used to work in MySpace who is owned by Fox, but it had the coolest bunch of people I ever work with. They don't necessary share the same views with their parent or Rupert.
A great design! It uses arbitrary skills tables, which is a little cliché, but he more than demonstrates illustration, design, and programming skills in the overall piece.
Was it just me, or were there no work samples (aside from the profile itself)?
Yeah, there's some work – just go up a level http://www.rleonardi.com
I was really loving this until I saw "fox news" ... :) that aside i think you would impress any employer you were to show it to. very engaging, captivating, and had me scrolling all the way to the end. nice work.
Impressive. Don't know whether I feel jealous or if the guy really is showing off.
really nice, skill meters aren't something I'd ever consider useful in a resume.
This is amazing!
Haha like everyone else, I was a little disappointed to see Fox News in his resume (and still currently working there) but otherwise, such an epic resume. One of the best uses of scrolling - esp the reverse/up scrolling.
Extremely impressive, but I'd have a hard time hiring anyone with Fox News on their resume ;-)
Black Flag! Black Flag!
p.s - dreamweaver?
That is incredible.
The most creative and enticing use of that type of scroll I've seen. Really made me smile. Like how he turns around if you scroll up.
The creator is also clearly a fan of his own skills.