Redesigning, once again.

It's been about a year since my site was updated visually with a few blog posts along the way. As you see, I've stripped out most pages and style, retaining only my blog posts. As we enter a new year, I have set a few goals for my upcoming redesigned site and what I really want it to be as we enter 2013.

The new design will reflect what I've been doing in the last few years as a web designer and what I've been experimenting with lately. This time I'm adopting the mobile-first approach coded with SASS and Compass; responsive layout and grid (no, I will not be using bootstrap); a more detailed portfolio section; exploration of touch technology for mobile devices; and an overhaul visual design. I'm also putting a lot of effort into making the site easier to update using Expression Engine and git repositories.

Among the to-do-list items for my site, writing remains intensively challenging for me to keep up with. I decided to start focusing on writing as I develop the site; something I should have done earlier this year. Previously, I put out a temporary page informing users that my site was undergoing development. This time, I'm doing something uniquely different: I'm retaining a blog with more writing as I develop the site. So, stay tuned!

I'm well aware of how plans often don't go as planned but the goal is to have the site completely redesigned by end of January.

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