ditch the 'landing' section, go straight to the portfolio section and put your resumé on there somewhere.
Thanks for the feedback! That'll definitely be more direct. Will consider changing this.
A few impressions it made on me:
- Looks friendly!
- How long are emoji going to be acceptable as illustrations?
- the learn more about me link sent me to the bottom of another page, making me think there was no content (iPhone SE)
- the portfolio overview did not show anything interesting to me: images are too detailed without showing what they are about. No titles, no teasers.
Thank you for the feedback! I will make a few changes accordingly.
As for my target group, I am not too sure yet. I will most likely be applying for internships relating to front end development and product design, ideally something where I can do a bit of both.
Nothing here makes me want to click on anything. For design work, more images, more direct copy is needed. Make it clear what you're offering me so I can make an informed choice about what to click on, and make your work look exciting and different. The three images you do have look like generic Dribbble mockups, highlighting devices, not your work.
Sorry but I am going to be the straight forward one.
It looks lazy. There's not much to go on. No logo, no graphics, and most if not all the work takes you to other links, so no case studies. If you want this to be something that potential employers would look at to get a better sense of what you do, it needs to be a little more engaging, exciting, etc.
Hope that helps.
Thanks for being straight forward, that's what I need :) I get where you are coming from, and I'll try to make it more exciting. If you click the images from the recent work section it does take you to a more in depth description of a few projects. I will make this more clear and try to make it more exciting overall.
Hey Aman, you write it is a personal website, but it’s meant as a portfolio for potential employers, right?
Yes, sorry for the confusion. By personal website I mean something potential employers would look at to get a better sense of what I do.