I put this website together at the beginning of 2017, iterating on it regularly since then. It’s a fun little playground intended to showcase my design abilities and reach the best teams around.
It has its own style guide, if you're interested.
- Explain who I am and what I’m all about, humbly and transparently
- Demonstrate recent design work and current technical capabilities
- Experiment with design techniques, color, typography, and CSS
How it’s built
I developed this site without frameworks or a content management system. It’s all custom HTML and CSS, with a handful of plugins I borrowed from various open source projects. It’s templated and generated using Jekyll.
Many thanks to the open source community for these bad boys used across the site:
Primary design considerations
Styles and patterns
I built a handy style guide that documents the colors, patterns, and prevalent styles used across the site.
Homepage icons are SVGs that I modified from original work by Freepik (browser, thought bubble) and Oliver (pencil), and were pulled from flaticon.com. Other icons on the site are from Font Awesome by Dave Gandy.