Be nice. Or else.
@Brooks : Glad you like it!
@Dominik : No sir. This is actually a resource that I spent a few hours to make and that I share for free. It's called giving to the community. If I wanted to promote myself, I would have posted my portfolio, not something that doesn't show any of my skills or tastes.
I made this today for my personal use, and I would like to share it with you, fellow designers. Hopefully you'll find it handy and make use of it. :)
Thank you for posting, this is really interesting! Both the article and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi's TED talk (http://www.ted.com/talks/mihaly_csikszentmihalyi_on_flow.html)
I'm sorry, but I don't agree with you. His website is good, but it is far from the best ones I've seen recently. Several grids are used throughout the several sections, they often aren't really efficient and they even don't have the same widths. Colors and fonts choices look a bit old : by that I mean they follow trends that are 2 or 3 years old. Overall it feels a bit empty (empty, not minimalistic). This is only my point of view, and I respect Kerem Suer. But I also respect other designers, that are not as known as Kerem, who take more risks and ship greater work and deserve the words you employed here. The hype is not always right... :)
I'm not a big fan of how the pictures on the homepage are dislayed. It breaks the balance and the harmony of the rest of the page.
I like watching cinematics and showreels sometimes, it inspires in a different way than browsing the web. I've never seen something of this quality, this one is absolutely amazing!
I enjoyed reading "The Design Of Everyday Things" by Donald Norman. It's a must-read.