First time posting something in this post – finally! I just released a website for a photographer: http://keller-fotografie.de
I did the concept, design and development, and started with the very first concepts in 2012. This version used Kirby 1 and jQuery, but we never finished it (well – the client just didn't make it to organize his portfolio, a thing every freelancer knows best I guess…). Every year we tried again, had contact for some weeks, but always failed to finish it.
In the beginning of the year, we sat down and discussed that the site – besides the content – needs an overall refreshing. So I started the whole thing from scratch again, ditched jQuery and Kirby 1 , and also implemented a – basic – responsive version which still needs improvements.
The gallery makes use of CSS transition, regarding styles, JS is only responsible for adding and removing the right classes – and an initial positioning. You can completely navigate through the gallery using the keyboard.
Oh, and of course, I'm using the beta version of the fabulous ImageKit plugin by @fabianmichael and hope to be able to buy a license soon
Looking forward to your feedback!
PS: sorry for the large images, thought that Discourse would generate thumbnails…