Here’s what I posted in Slack
1.) What are your overall impressions of the home page? Do you like the look and aesthetics of the opening banner? – I agree with Ashley in that it feels a bit off. The only concrete thing I can offer is that I had to maximize my screen in order to see the whole thing; meaning the word “contact” and your logo weren’t visible. Is that what one would consider being responsive?
2.) On the homepage, do you like the set-up of the portfolio pieces? – I do.
3.) On the homepage, do you like the footer with the portfolio pieces listed for clickable action? – I don’t understand. In the footer, I see contact information and links to your Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.
4.) Are my case studies organized in a clear and easy to follow manner? – Yes. On the Marta one, I recommend making the text example screens more delineated from each other. At the moment, it looks like a haphazard conversation in a cloud.
5.) Is my about me page relevant, easy to read, and interesting? – Yes.
6.) Do you find my “contact me” page to be easy to use? – I did.
7.) Usability wise, how does my site fare? Color schemes, clickability, etc.? – I like the color scheme, but there is an awful lot of white and it feels harsh. Maybe there’s a way to soften that effect?
Overall, I found that you inconsistently have outlines around web pages and example screens. I recommend making sure all of the screens across all your examples have outlines. My personal favorite is the grey one you have at the bottom of the Williams Sonoma page.