Sunday, January 22, 2012


Lately I've been redesigning my website. I just find that its kinda a pain in the butt. I like designing stuff. Let's not get that wrong. I just wanna make sure its perfect. So I set it up with the layout I like. Now to make all the pieces work well together and feel seamless.
Building websites isn't really my thing. But I have been getting better with the layout and my idea is clearer. As long as I get my content up there, it could be a blank white page (but that's boring).
Anyways, the layout and design of a page makes it easier to see an artists work. If the layout makes it confusing to see a persons work, its really a strike against the artist. If I can't figure out what you did or the style of your work from your site, how will I know you can do the job. At least, that's what I think when employers look at my site. What they are really thinking, I can only guess at (as I've not had to hire anyone and haven't looked at sites to hire an artist. I've only looked because of my curiosity.)
What makes a great site to show off your work? You guys should let me know. I really want to know what every bodies opinion is on this. Is it the ease of getting to where you need to go? Or is the creative design really more involved than we think? Are you coding your site by yourself? Or do you use a tool like dreamweaver or indesign? Your opinions are always welcome.


  1. Hey this is Rog. I realized I hadn't added your blog. Oops. Since I'm here....
    Well, as a former website designer, I'd say you
    are right, updating websites is a pain, unless you know some coding. Of course there some easy to use pre built ones like cargo: It is nice to give your website a custom touch, but seriously wouldn't you rather be animating? =)

    1. I realized that I'm not following you either. But I've just fixed that. And you're totally right. I think I rather be animating. Take that web design!