Personal Site Redesign

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This was long overdue, but I finally gathered the will to update my personal site.

This redesign was mainly about featuring projects on the site, while updating my relevant social links.

Behind the scenes, there were also some host and platform switcheroos. Long story short: Netlify is pretty swell.

My favorite thing about the redesign is probably the drifting starry background. It’s such a simple but effective thing.

See it in motion

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Meme Insider Redesign

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After hearing about it a couple times from reddit and youtube, I decided to seek out an issue of Meme Insider. I immediately fell in love with the goof.

The magazine is such a quality product that I wanted to help the website reach the same high bar.

For reference here’s what it looked like before:

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I tried to preserve the essential content elements while reframing everything in a less confusing way. I think so far everyone is happy with the result.

Read the latest issue yourself at https://memeinsider.co/

Super Media Collider Extravaganza for Reddit

I decided to start using my wordpress blog as a way to document my side projects, but that made me realize I hadn’t documented quite a few. Hence these very late posts.

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After reading a bit about HyperDev Gomix Glitch, I really wanted to take it for a test spin. I had been reading up on Vue JS when the popular app radd.it (and its creator) started going through some rough times.

I decided to take my Christmas break to build a basic replacement that kept true to what I liked best about radd.it. But with more emojis.

Treat yourself

EmoJS

 I decided to start using my wordpress blog as a way to document my side projects, but that made me realize I hadn’t documented quite a few. Hence these very late posts.

 

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Have you ever though “I like JavaScript well enough, but I wish I could use Emojis to code more efficiently”?

Well me neither, but that didn’t stop me from making a novelty language!

While many better and more thorough riffs on this idea have come up since 2015, I still maintain I was the first to have such a bad idea.

You can check it out for yourself at https://emojs.github.io/