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Responsive one pager for Dennis Field that offers his consulting services at the bottom of the page via a form that links to PayPal. Love the clear image of himself, the testimonials and neutral color scheme - all creating a feeling toward him - which really helps get the $99 conversion on the form. The portfolio section really needs to link out or have project descriptions. Nice touch with the big image of himself that adapts to just his head in a circle on mobile. Cheers for the detailed write-up....
06 Mar 2014
A project-centric one page portfolio showcasing selected work of Bay Area based designer, Oleg Lyutov. I really like the keyboard browsing and full screen imagery but feel the projects need reordering as once you start the experience with your down arrow - the first image on the SJSU Art project is quite poor compared to the rest of the imagery creating a bad impression.
05 Mar 2014
'RemeIO' is a free tool in a one pager that allows you to create email reminders in seconds. I'm a huge fan of new services that don't require signups and I think they've executed this service well. Layout is simple, UI clean and the About/Info is hidden away and only reveled if needed. Great job!
05 Mar 2014
Very impressive one pager showcasing 2 new Kia models in celebration of 20yrs of Kia in the Czech Republic. Visitors choose one of them and then scroll to see animated images of the vehicle and their interior. The site combines good photography, illustrations and parallax scrolling ending with an offer of test drive. Lovely touch with the car lights turning on with cursor hover.
27 Feb 2014
Long landing page for mobile JS framework called 'The-M-Project' that loads up as you scroll. I feel the site is quite sticky as your scroll down but really like that first animation sliding down the tablet into a new section, great touch. Cheers for the build notes...
24 Feb 2014
If I understand correctly this one pager is to promote an initiative to build schools in Brazil. They mention in the build notes that quality imagery was an issue (as we're all familiar with) so they came up with a solution filled with illustrations. A very difficult task without good assets and I think they've done a good job with a few neat features - I particularly like the icon animations on hover.
23 Feb 2014