A labor of love. Building, shaping, and then coding a portfolio site has been a project of mine since I started designing. And while you can peruse for yourself, here are three of the (many, many) things I learned in the making of this website that you might be interested to know:

  1. I thoroughly enjoy coding? Working on my portfolio site has tested the limits of my HTML, CSS, Javascript, and SEO knowledge, and built upon it to an extent that I don't think any other project could. I won't take credit for the entire build: About a year ago, I started with an HTML template by Designova and some of those bones have stayed with me since.

  2. Typography is cool. And I have a lot to learn. If you have any books to recommend, let me know.

  3. It is impossible to present your whole self with some words on the internet...and that's probably for the best? All the more reason to build relationships with others *offline*.

If you'd like to visualize the process for yourself, check out the craziness that is my Github page. To talk to me about the site (or, of course, anything on it), send me an email.