launching my new site.


This post has been a long time coming. One of the biggest things I struggle to do as a web designer (and I know many other creatives do) is to maintain my own website. You would think that because it's my job it would be easy. Well no. I ended completely overhauling my site twice over the last 5 months before I got it to where it is now.

I haven't had a functional website since late 2014 which as a a business owner is BAD, really bad. Don't do what I did, EVER. Tip: maintain a functional website, it really does help. But I had been working as a developer for a company which was keeping me very busy. Plus real life happens. And as a result, I had no time to dedicate to my business. However a month ago the project I was working on with the other company I work for came to an end, which meant that for the first time in a while I had some time to dedicate to my "Business To Do" list.

While I was redesigning my site I knew a couple of things 1. I wanted it to be completely responsive (mobile friendly), 2. I wanted it to be simple and easy to use and 3. I wanted it to look good but unique. Keeping that in mind, I ended up designing the majority of the site one Friday night using a mobile first approach. Since then I have perfected it into something I'm really happy about.

check out the website

Shoutout to my dear amazing friend Mikailah who assured me that the site does look good

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