Radilson’s site kicks off with a fun personal touch – hovering over his name reveals the shortened version, changing the headshot from looking at the text to direct at the camera.
Next up, there’s a nice short selection of projects with a bold headline and cover image.
Everything slides into place smoothly. I love the staggered indentation on the headings (carried on throughout the site) that adds something a bit different and helps the site flow.
The Playground section features experiments and side projects, with a pop-up revealing more details and visuals, showing Rad’s passion for his craft.
The About section is thorough, easy to read and engaging – using the shape from his logo to crop the image is a nice touch!
The case studies are very thorough, with a clear intro to explain the basics and link directly to the final product.
Rad does a great job of writing about his work – framing the challenges, explaining his process, and showing the tangible outcomes of the project.
The visuals are beautiful, well framed and mocked up – with captions when needed, or on their own when they can speak for themselves.
I loved this ‘key learnings’ section at the bottom, a space to reflect on the project takeaways and show that he is always learning.
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