While a site like this is never really finished, we've got a big release on our hands. All ten case studies are now populated with content thanks to a handful of image components and many hours of grunt-work.
This site is the most comprehensive portfolio I've had thus far in my career and, since I designed and built from the ground up, the site itself feels like the most current piece of work. Here's the latest:
Took a tiny break, but have been tinkering in the background when I can. Capturing the meaningful changes below, with much more to come.
Pretty hyped on a larger-than-usual release—a full page! New components and classes are really paying off and it's feeling like progress is beginning to snowball.
Switching back to build-mode after a few weeks of content gathering. More pages are on the way, but pushing some fun updates today. Here's what we've got:
Gathering visuals for 10 case studies is no small feat. And while it's been fun to dust off old work, it's a time to edit what to carry along into the future. Resonating with this clip of Sam Beam as he chats through the cringey and pat-on-the-back moments of looking back. Plenty of both goin' on over here:
Getting back into the groove of small, daily updates.
Took a little bit of time this weekend to update site fonts, spin up some new components, and refactor some old ones.
Spending most of my time in Figma these days, designing the case study experience. It'll be another section of the site powered by a Webflow CMS, so things should take shape quickly once the design's ready. Besides that, here're the small updates:
Here it is folks, the Changelog post about the Changelog.
Tweeted to let folks know I'm building out in the open. Hearing back gave me motivation plus some accountability partners—the fabled win-win.
Jotting down updates and taking a more iterative approach felt like a cool way to break up this project into manageable chunks, be more transparent, and embrace a more constant evolution. Here's what went down first: