I’ve been designing websites since the summer between sixth and seventh grade, when I discovered geocities, Photoshop, and Wheel of Time RP sites. I decided it was a GREAT time to teach myself HTML. After fifteen years, countless websites, and three-quarters of a design minor later, I’ve (thankfully) continued to hone my skills and grow as a designer. And this site, through the domain name changes and evolution from teenage angst and sparkle gifs to chronicle of my journey from writer to author, has always served as my sandbox, my place to try new things. Just because I’ve been wearing my “author” hat lately doesn’t mean I’ve ignored my “designer” side. In fact, I’m busier with freelance work than ever before, and I thought maybe my website should reflect that. It was time for a little housekeeping.
Structurally, nothing has changed. I’m still in the midst of a mad love affair with the Genesis Framework, and everything is located in the same place as it was before. It’s just a little bit prettier, and now fully mobile-responsive.