Montreal design and web development studio of Canadian designer Maxim Aginsky. December 2016
This design version relocated to the https://www.webtalkto-version-9dot2.webtalkto.com/ due to the launch of WebTalkTo v10.
I can see there's lot of effort on your site! This site is totally unique and one of a kind. Your logo kills. Love love love your footer.
Just some comments:- There's lack of consistency across all your project pages. Too much stuff to digest.- Not a fan of the multiple colour use with inner shadow effect on your form. I find the use of grey cool...
The site is really nice to navigate. The animations, transitions are successful. I would just add a close button in the menu section and bigger project titles.
The content is also very pleasant to discover. This work is well set to win!
Love the color scheme and interface interactions. Great work with fonts. I love the search blog)
I loved some some of the portfolio pieces in the website.
But there are some things in the design that definitely can be improved, such as :
- The intro animation. First I thought that it's a preloader but then I realized that it's taking the same amount of time for each page. It's a bit annoying.- Typography - the titles of the projects could be ...
Wow... Ok... Ok... Where should I begin.... Maybe simply by saying you did a brilliant job :)
I would add a way to escape the menu. Not a fan of the music playing (when hovering the menu), but I can understand the humorous tone. On the portfolio / home page, a bigger title on each project links would provide a better visual anchor point. And you ...
The first look of the new version was quite different from what you will see as a final version nine.
When I made the decision to upgrade, I already had in mind some of the elements to include or modify in the new design. When I am ready to create a new design for my portfolio I have a very strong feeling of creativity that lets me know I am ready for the changes. So I started to experiment with animations, layout, new logo concepts, typeface and more.
The first part of this post is all about tests and experiments preparation for the new version. The final output of these tests and experiments, the contents logo, typeface, colors, how to present the works on the portfolio page looked lik...