He sure has a thing for tiny people next to giant devices
Bailed to the load time and jittery scrolling.
I'm always amazed—and deeply saddened—at how unconstructive some of the communities criticism can be @Jonny Garrill, @Ken M. You're really doing us a solid guys :S. Julien as your primary device to make an income — good on you. The idea of fluidity between pages and elements entering the scene is great, but ya, it can be a little distracting. Maybe there's a better balance you can strike without losing the intent?
Whoa. Super rad stuff. Not keen on the scrolling but the work is fantastic!
Looks amazing! However, when i'm reading your cases the close icon on my cursor is really distracting. I like the idea of it measuring the progress throughout, but I would probably display that in some other form. And the favicon looks pretty ridiculous. Except that, really nice work.
I LOVE the unlimited scroll in the case studies... killer work as always.
I like this. Well presented, interesting, and I dig your work.
clicking anywhere to close a case study seems like an odd choice.
I actually thought this was really genius personally.
bold choice, for sure.
Love that copied contact mail
Holy smokes, Batman.
This is utterly wonderful. It's gorgeous to look at, delightful to interact with and has some really clever little touches. Would love to know what it's built on and who built it.
Wow - great portfolio - simple and great way of selling yourself as a designer.
But agree with others - custom scrolling is not so great... just let the browser handle it...
I really dislike the fact that "good" websites can take 10 seconds to load. Something has gone wrong here.
Great UX/UI design work in there. I always prefer to see what people do for real than the portfolio design itself. This is quite impressive!
Why is scroll jacking still a thing?