My website was based around showing any of the public what work I have produced and what I am capable of. My website is supposed to appeal to all target audience, but in the majority it is meant to appeal to designers and aspiring designers.
The whole design I wanted to keep clean and simple from the start of my project, gaining a lot of influence from websites such as Sagmeister&Walsh and Pearlfisher. The goal was to allow the photos to be the main focus of the website, and by having a simple design, the design of the website does not lose your focus from the work or information.
Making this website was really fun for me to do. Because I wanted to build a portfolio website to display my work realistically, I was able to take a lot of care and consideration with what I wanted to put on the website and how I wanted it to properly look. My logo I am also really pleased with, I think it works really well with the whole design of my website but it is also unique, giving me some form of identification when people look at my site.
My website is appropriate for all age groups and types of people, I have also tried to make it friendly to disabled people by adding descriptions on my images. By doing this, when they click on the image it will read out the description. Because I have a personal friend who is visually impaired, he would be able to look through my site and have a basic understanding with what I am talking about.
As I display my work on a mobile view site also, it is easy to still read. By tweaking each page as I have gone along, I have made sure that you can read the pages just as easily on another form of digital media than just a PC view site. The basic layout my website helps with this process also, not having too many complicated effects that can manipulate the whole appearance of the website if I were to put it in a mobile–view.
Overall, I feel my website is one of my most successful pieces. I am proud to present it to any design company who would wish to see my work, and I also have updated blog posts on my website also, to give more interaction to people about what I am doing when I am not directly in front of the PC.