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All posts tagged “website”

Personal website

It's hard to have a portfolio website based on the type of design work I do on a daily basis and the clients I work with.

Do I create new works to showcase on a portfolio website?

Do I sanitize some of the screens/photos from events and show off those?

Is it a combination of both?

Or just link to my social media and forget about having that stuff online?

Working on revamping our homepage. We're a digital agency with about 15 employees. Focusing both on our local market and some bigger international clients with returning business.

For reference the current homepage:

Local business has slowed down a bit so we've come up with some new angles for our marketing and messaging. Budget range of local projects(converted to USD) is between 3k - 8k. With the local focus it is important to look approachable and creative but not too expensive. Our new 'hook' is: "Become the hero of your online success story". Basically we help our clients achieve success with our help to improve their online presence.

The top section of the website has a background video.
The footer with the boat is animated. That used to be the opening of our homepage (has been the opening for about 10 years actually, upgraded from Flash to HTML5) so kinda one of those things people don't want to let go...

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Working on revamping our homepage to reel in more local business by giving a better sense of who we are and what we can do for them.

- Does it look more inviting than the old design?
- Should I add a section to the homepage with a listing of 'all' our services (instead of just the 3 categories)?
- Does it match our budget range (3k - 8k) or does it look cheap/expensive?

My personal website is finished.
Thank you Keyframes community for all the feedback! 🔥

Some requirements I put on myself when designing the website:
- Every paragraph should be readable in under 10 seconds. Ain't nobody gotta time for that.
- Make it look great for phones first, desktop second.
- Emphasis on accessibility: readable in 4 different languages, big fonts.
My goal was to brag a bit about myself because that's what you do in portfolios.

Did I brag about myself just enough? After looking at the website, would you want to have a chat with me?