A couple of weeks ago I finished working on a website design. Not this site, but this one shelrogers.com.
My daughter is a documentary and lifestyle photographer and as a huge fan of her work, I’d been encouraging her to let me help her with an online portfolio. And in return, she has encouraged me to relaunch my site as a blog.
I’d been down this road before–writing a blog. Many times. But this time, she said, write about what you do. And what I do, is build websites.
When I build websites, I not only take into account what the website is for, and what it will do, but who it it is for and how it will be maintained. I love to build websites that my clients can actually use. If they can use it, they will be more involved in the process and their website visitors will reap the benefits. A current website is a relevant website.
A fun journey
My experience with designing and creating websites has been a long, adventurous journey. I’ve loved every second of it, and I am always excited to learn the next innovation in this constantly changing and growing world.
In this space, I want to share the lessons I’ve learned throughout my own journey, and the things I look for when creating or maintaining a website. Because when you’re passionate about something, you just want to share that love with the world.