Gregory Wolanski

Your city Designer Joined over 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Show DN: My product design portfolio. What do you guys think?, in reply to Ege Görgülü , Aug 18, 2016

    2. Thanks for your answer! :)

    2.1. I should have been more specific about the headline: I wanted to get to know your reasoning behind the words you decided to use.

    About the hover effect:

    2.2. The dashed border does not match the style of your visual design.

    2.3. It looks like a bug: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1289645/ege.mov


    3. I don’t see pros of this approach, and I can definitely see cons.


    4. Awesome! I’m looking forward to seeing what you’re going to come up with.


    5. Excellent!


    7. The best part! :D


    I hope I helped, somehow. :)

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  • Posted to Show DN: Lucian Product Designer Portfolio, Aug 16, 2016

    Lucian,

    Seven things:

    1. Good first impression.

    2. “Scroll for more”… is it essential?

    3. I was surprised that the “Journal” link in the menu a) leads to a different website, b) opens in the same tab, c) looks like other links in the menu.

    4. When I click one of the selected projects with the CMD button, it doesn't open in a new tab.

    5. Did you think about preparing short versions or summaries of your case studies?

    6. 3 pages for a resume is a lot.

    7. I like your style of wireframes. How do you make them?

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  • Posted to Show DN: My product design portfolio. What do you guys think?, Aug 16, 2016

    Hi, Ege!

    Seven things:

    1. Congratulations! I know how hard it is to publish a portfolio.

    2. “Here's some of my recent works” section is nicely done. :) It reminds me the portfolio of Joel Califa. ^ What are the headline versions you considered? What made you decide on the current hover effect for items on the projects list?

    3. Portfolio ➝ Email ➝ Resume. Why did you decide to not include “Portfolio” in the top right menu and to link your resume after email?

    4. I’m not a fan of the scrollable frame with screenshots. It interrupts the page scroll experience. Also, it makes people miss many screenshots, because most of them will only scroll through your case studies and scan them, not read and click.

    5. When I click wireframes, they open in a new tab. Why?

    6. I suggest you to review the Case Study Checklist.

    7. How did you celebrate your portfolio? Because you definitely should do it! :)

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  • Posted to Show DN: My product design portfolio. What do you guys think?, in reply to John P , Aug 16, 2016

    :D

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