Josh Kissel

Josh Kissel

Cincinnati, OH Visual Design & Ui Developer at Differential Joined over 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Looking to interview designers for mentorship project, Jan 05, 2017

    I'm interested - I've actually been on the search to find a mentor -> josh(AT)differential(DOT)com

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  • Posted to Show DN: Share Your Dribbble Portfolio, Sep 12, 2016

    Feel free to have a look at mine:

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Portfolio Feedback, in reply to Jonathan Kelley , Sep 01, 2016

    RE: The mouse cursor I'm sure you have had mixed review. I had a similar type of (designer) mixed reviews element on my site (in the end I kept it because I liked it and could explain why I did it- which did come up in an interview).

    I'm using a Motorola Pure '15 - Near stock (nexus). Margins looked like ~10px felt cramped on edges. On the line height seemed like the second paragraph on each individual portfolio page was affected.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Portfolio Feedback, Sep 01, 2016

    I don't like the change to my cursor - feels like pretty poor UX - especially coming from a UI/UX designer (not attacking you, just if you are going to call yourself out as one (on your personal site) you better make sure you really live up to it).

    I think you could darken up your body copy a little bit. The contrast feels a bit light.

    At the end of a portfolio item you have a contact me blurb but no way to actually do that. (I expected the "contact me" to be a link).

    Your logo (your name in that script) doesn't really seem to fit well with the rest of the aesthetic that you've created on your site.

    Mobile: It feels like your margins are too close to the edge of the phone (android - chrome latest) Also some of your line heights get screwy on mobile (way to high).

    Overall, I like the layout and it seems like you're providing the right amount of copy (not too much but not too little).

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