Portfolio Prototype Number 2. Mini Case
My portfolio prototypes are mainly exercises in design and development. It's such a way to learn and play around without restrictions.
In this design, I focused on trying how far I could take position sticky and 3D scans. In short, you can do some incredible things with both.
I've learned many neat little tricks I now use in my daily Webflow Development by creating these portfolio pages. For the longest time, I kept them hidden in my Webflow files, but why not present these exercises as a mini-case?
A quick video best shows the complicated sticky element, horizontal scroll, and transitions from one section to another. Another thing I wanted to give a try is 3D scans, so I grabbed my camera and got to work.
I took some shots, hooked it up to the computer, and, using Webflow's interactions, created a nifty little hover interaction where the 3D images of my face (kind of) came to life.
A Place to Play
At some point, I got excited about creating all kinds of 3D graphics for fun. So I've made a whole bunch of them and thought it would be fun to create a Playground where I could display these creations.
The 11 Things is a great way to get some of my values and beliefs into the world. In this version, I've re-introduced the globe (and its interactions) and added a sticky-reveal effect that gives the pages its horizon in a way.
Underneath, you will also see a purple version I tried; this color mode inspired the 'frenzy' effect in the 2021 portfolio prototype.
User journey mapping