Lukas’ site greets you with a simple, to-the-point intro explaining who he is. The use of his Memoji in the bottom corner adds a personal touch.
As you scroll down, the title is covered by the incoming project content…
… and when the title bar hits the top, it sticks in place with the project details – but allows you to continue scrolling down through the images.
This feels really nice to interactive with, and is a great way to show more imagery whilst keeping the text in place to explain it.
This effect continues as you scroll down the page, making for a nice transition between each project.
I also loved this little feature – a toggle between ‘result’ and ‘progress’ view: this is a great way to show some of the behind the scenes work that went into the project.
The page finishes off with a clean, simple profile/biography, and provides a clear call to action with contact links to help visitors take the next step.