Web Design Workshop is our regular community project where we ask readers to submit their work for your friendly, constructive criticism. It's the perfect way to learn, offer opinions and have your own work critiqued! This week, the personal portfolio of Tarek Anandan..
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Play nice! We deliberately select work which will benefit from advice and pointers. If you can't be constructive in your comments, don't. Other than that, offer any advice you can give. Feel free to link to examples and images which back up your points.
I recently redid my website--the online home of my freelance design and development operation. I'd love to get your feedback on the homepage, the layout of the case studies, and my use of typography (an area where I often struggle). As you'll be able to tell, I went with a "long-form" layout, a nod to the recent single-page website trend. The foundation of the site is Twitter Bootstrap, but hopefully that's hard to tell. It's responsive and has touches of JS- and/or CSS3-powered animations in a few places (e.g., the guy on the homepage blinks occasionally). There is also a "Dreams" section where I went even further with CSS3 animations. Thanks in advance for your feedback. - Tarek Anandan
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