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Revamped portfolio website

June 21st, 2018, 10:42 am

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In my post-Asia-development-trip insomnia this week I decided to do a refresh on the layout of my portfolio website, http://www.jeff-engelhardt.com, as well as to begin to add more detailed "case studies" in order to flesh out the different processes I've been a part of over the years. Still tweaking back end things like image sizing, but I would appreciate any thoughts and comments.
Jeff Engelhardt
Industrial Designer - Footwear & Softgoods
Giro Sport Design
Santa Cruz, CA
http://www.jeff-engelhardt.com

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June 21st, 2018, 5:03 pm

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super nice stuff Jeff. I really like the Oakley work.

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June 22nd, 2018, 11:45 am

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yo wrote:super nice stuff Jeff. I really like the Oakley work.
Thanks, Yo.
Jeff Engelhardt
Industrial Designer - Footwear & Softgoods
Giro Sport Design
Santa Cruz, CA
http://www.jeff-engelhardt.com

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June 25th, 2018, 5:14 am

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I like the presentation - just full screen and scroll it.

You obviously are doing what you love and what you have developed an expertise in.
I like the Exo gloves design the best, it fits the product.
For others I am missing images of the finished product but that leaves a good bit of tension on the other hand, making you want to see more.
We have seen more and more of those standard flat soles in footwear nowadays - while good for presentation, you cannot really walk in them and including me I know several people who are not buying those types anymore.

If I can say one thing about your design approach is that while in your moodboards you show a variety of design approaches including even Memphis, we mostly see a language based on straight and diagonal lines in your final works. It makes your work feel a bit technocratic and quite commercial; I would like to see more of a research thread through it.
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June 25th, 2018, 10:17 pm

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Nice work! Love the style of your presentation
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