My head is spinning. I wish I wasn’t so stubborn sometimes. Anyways, what can’t Google or YouTube teach you nowadays? I spent the day yesterday in FTP nightmare land (if you don’t know what that is, count yourself lucky, I didn’t really know before this past week). At one point this blog here (years of work) and the new website (hours of work) were completely gone from the interwebs. But 17 hours, 5 phone calls to godaddy.com and reading of countless forums later we’re back in action.
Some of you might be thinking “I thought you already had a website.” And that is true, this here is a website, but it’s also more of a blog (well exactly a blog). I love it and I will never get rid of it. This space is an outlet and it’s so important to me and I plan on continuing to update it frequently. But I’ve been having this feeling for a while that I really needed to get a portfolio put online. The blog you come and you can easily see the latest work I’ve done, but if you want to see anything more you kind of have to go digging for it. The website, bam, it’s all right there. Less words, more images. The blog and the website are both uniquely important.
The hours paid off in the end and all the headache was worth it. Feel free to leave feedback in the comment section.