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Isaac Asante4,752 Points
It looks good, but I think it's not too nice for the footer's content to be centered on thinner screens.... Or when the browser is reduced. It becomes a bit long. But from what I checked, it's responsive and catchy :)
Paul McBride13,514 Points
Thanks, Isaac. I really struggled to come up with a footer design that was functional and still looked good on mobile screens. Any suggestions would be great!
have you learned all these skills from treehouse ???
Yvette Demidova7,476 Points
- favourite - is not a typo, it's a non US version. But "I'm a minimilst who believes less is more" - 'minimilst' that's a typo... right on the home page.
- Apart from that in the services section under Design you get "when you have nothing left" phrases one right under another in different screen widths and it causes the eye-jump sort of thing. I'd think of rewriting the text for this section cause you also tend to use "I" too much which is not the best style and in the Development paragraph gives a river-like look.
- And the footer does tend to look longish on narrow screen.
- The copyright sign is usually accompanied by the year
Hope this is helpful.
Love the icons by the way and the transitions of color in links on hover look great.