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Senior UI/UX and Motion designer with 15+ years of experience.Founder of SliceCrowd.com , SliceCrowd LABS, CreativeFrontEnd.io and Pixel Innovations.
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 bigger- The blocks look took plain without images. I would recommend you putting your portfolio images not only on hover. For example the way you've displayed the iWatch is great.
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Many thanks, Stoyan!!
Now some thoughts.
The idea behind the intro animation was to "impress" the visitor with the CSS/SVG animation of the logo, also visually prepare the canvas for further page view. Since the intro appears just on a little number of pages (2 pages linked from the home page and the home page, the rest pages use preloader) I was OK with it, but completely agree with you that at some point - probably second or third time the visitor will view the same intro, will slightly loose the focus, but at the same time you can say this about any element of the composition. I would even say that in general it is hard to keep things fresh after second or third time you look thru them.