It starts as a blank canvas; every time. Where optimistic and fleeting thoughts start the battle of translation until they take shape and form on the other side - captured. Making this website felt like I was adding another translation to my work. Learning to express myself through this new, foreign language helped me rediscover my passion for design and the playful discovery that's part of the process.
I created a looping monogram to keep my spot on the internet while I tinker away at the website in the background. The days of building and refining looped into weeks, months and years. Looks like I lied when I said "Something, sometime soon".
Creating something visual is an attempt to communicate, play and document ideas for others to see and experience. The following disciplines allow me to explore the visual world with different frameworks:
It's been said you have to honour your tools, for they set you free every day in ways impossible to measure. Webflow has turned my insecurity of not knowing how to code into a confident discovery of web principles and structures with a no-code visual interface.
With Webflow I was able to build custom layouts and define how they behave when viewed on different screens, making sure the experience remains optimised across devices.
Thanks Ben for introducing me to Webflow. Thank you to my family, friends and clients for the support and inspiration to create.