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Design

lihaoquan
lihaoquan
12,045 Points

Ways to improve my designs?

I've been designing websites for quite awhile now but I feel that my designs are not improving. They just don't "feel right" and is tremendously different from what the professionals are doing, e.g those on Dribbble.

I'm not sure how I should improve my design sense. Maybe I'm working in the wrong direction, trying to copy those professionals on Dribbble.

I'm not sure what kind of mindset I should have as a designer.

Here's my portfolio : http://li-haoquan.github.io/ Please give me critical feedbacks, no need to hold back. Thank You.

1 Answer

Hi Li,

Can't give you any advice on the design side of things. Your work looks really strong to me; great command of typography and colour.

But I just wanted to say on a technical note - when the screen size is around 600px wide, it looks like the image for your first project is a little short compared to the others:

http://postimg.org/image/4izd7fl3f/

All the best,

Ede

lihaoquan
lihaoquan
12,045 Points

Thank you for pointing out, I will fix it.