Just like for each design project, I believe that this portfolio's story is well worth being told from start to finish.
The previous site design for a school project was built from scratch and hosted on the school server however I wanted a design that best reflects who I am and makes my work stand out.
"I do not like templates. Anything is better than a half finished work, even a blank canvas."
Previous site layout design built from scratch last year and hosting on the school's server knocked a few assets and fonts out
Personally, I do not want to fall into the typical black and white portfolio that seems to be the popular trend because it drains the creator's personal identity but I understand that it's main function is to focus on content rather than pure aesthetics.
"Feeling cute, might delete later 🙃🙃🙃🙃"
Nav bar content and order was planned however it was scrapped because I didn't have clear categories for the projects
Intense planning was done by sketching however, as time goes on, I couldn't stop myself from experimenting hence why the current splash layout is not found on either of these sketches.
Splash page layout designs and projects to include in the portfolio (some of them were cut out in the final process due to lack of space)
SKILLS: CSS, HTML
Workflow on the Doodle Bank page with more images to add
Main colors are on first row for the overall theme while secondary colors are in second row for subtitle text (Feats, Flaws, Future, etc)
Shapes pattern with a grey background added for visibility
Chosen splash to represent my portfolio
To play into the theme for Lil' Witch Games, I've decided to dedicate this special project a custom theme.
The project page's content is similar to a dark theme where the body is dark grey with light text and the red accent. Nonetheless, it was an extra quirk however I enjoyed making the custom edits!
Dark theme applied onto the Lil' Witch Games page and red accent