When a new year rolls around its a great opportunity to you look around to see what can be improved. With fresh eyes new things can be revealed. This January, I took a hard look at my website and decided something needed to change.
I handcrafted my site in 2005. I'm not a html coder by trade but I hacked it together and it worked. Every few years I would tweak it—html to php one year, larger images the next but I never really changed the original design or altered the code to fit the changing technological landscape. These days with multiple devices, browsers and operating systems I decided to let the experts deal with the code and I upgraded to Squarespace.
After a few weeks of designing, copy fitting and image editing the site is here.
Some of the new features include:
—Large dynamic images that work across different screen sizes,
Check out huge images from all my projects including:
imaginary wars, black sun project and ten convenient stores.
Also, check out the large images for I'm a PC, Midtown Past Midnight or an editorial
on the Domino Sugar Factory.
—Image galleries now have index pages so you can see the whole project at once.
—Newly added galleries for Grind–Broadway, Applegate Farms and a
new dedicated portraits section.
—New logo design.
—Cleaned up blog.