A designer who doesn’t have his own website is like a chef who doesn’t have his own kitchen. So back in 2010, I build one. But technology moves fast, and over the course of time, it became outdated. I realized my old site had problems. The UX was poor due to so many pages. Every page had wasted screen real estate. Glossy buttons and logos started loosing their shine in our “flat design” era. It didn’t adapt to phones and tablets. It didn’t use the latest versions of HTML or CSS. So I decided to do something about it.
In Febrauary 2014, I started brainstorming new ideas, sketching, and planning. I could have done something quick and simple. But as a challenge to myself, I wanted to design something that encompasses every aspect of me. A detailed portfolio, photography, Twitter feed, Instragram feed, a blog, and much more. Roughly eight months later, working only weekends, I was finished. And oh, so proud.
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