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    Hey guys,

    Just launched my new portfolio site! I had help with a Lynda.com tutorial because I'm a Flash retard, but am VERY proud of how it turned out

    Feedback is appreciated!

    http://www.y3kdesigns.net/
    http://y3kdesigns.net

  • #2
    the "thanks for visiting my site and come back soon" font in the contacts section kind of throws off the great feel of the rest of the site.

    the clients section is a bit overwhelming, those are some big quotes!

    but i had fun in there, and it did the job.

    thanks for sharing!

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    • #3
      I love it, very inspiring! Has a nice feel and it's UI is intuitive as well!

      The beeps annoyed me though but maybe that's because I have my volume up to half. I agree about that font in the contacts section, it all gothic when the rest of your site is modern, I think just a simple sans serif font would do the job.

      Plus, like the above poster said, clients is overwhelming, I'd maybe change the link name to Testimonials, because I was expecting more logos, design for various clients, when instead I got loads of text. At least with it being called something like testimonials, you know you're going to get quotes.
      My portfolio.

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      • #4
        This may be nitpicky, but I don't like how your portfolio throws you right into logos/branding. There are no clear 'sections' if I just want to have a look at how you do print work.

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        • #5
          I like it. I wish I knew how to make a site somewhat like that. What software did you use? I'm a newb to this stuff.

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          • #6
            The beeps are highly annoying.

            You may wish to think about a favicon too ... I always think sites that have a favicon are more professional than those without.

            Otherwise, very nice and easy enough to use.

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            • #7
              the colour scheme is quite nice, but the white everywhere in the previews is quite jarring.

              I think you should discriminate a little more in the work you show - pick no more than 10 of your favourite logos, and then a selection of your other projects. I have no way of knowing whether what Im clicking on is a logo, a banner, a flyer, etc.

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