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Why not try adding it on Product Hunt
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I think a pdf is fine and just have a website with couple of details, contact form or contact details and a download link.
For the pdf i recommend trying to show a little bit of your process, you don't need to go overboard with the info, but be on point.
Here is an example of my portfolio pdf from about 3 years ago. https://www.dropbox.com/s/4w5zq1pamsn68hw/Portfolio.Anghel.Gabriel.pdf?dl=0
As you can see i kept it simple to 3 projects, just going a little bit about my process and explaining couple of the screens.
Hope this helps and good luck
P.S Sorry for the low quality of the PDF. I had to keep it under 10MB for some reasons.
This is a really good idea. I find the pricing to be fair, and showing the flow as video is really engaging. Congrats on this.
I think your suggestions are really good, will love to see them implemented. I did think DN was a good platform at first but over time it became very hard to see good content here ,I personally found a good facebook group that does what DN did a while back. Frankly i think it's a shame. DN should be more community focused, with good content.
I personally like the trend, I think it can be unique from one website to another while giving it a more human touch, rather then using just some icons.
Just noticed, weird from medium not to use any "hover effect" on any of the titles, they use underline from some of the links.
The, navigation was a little bit confusing at first. It took some time to see the 1 min, 1 hour, 1 day tabs. Maybe more emphasis on the top nav when using the arrows, or put both navigations on the same line. Other then that looks nice.
Let's see your work!
At least pitchfork looks better.
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