So, I’ve redesigned the portfolio. Sort of. Even re-coded the backhand so it’s OOP that makes actual sense. That’s the gist of it.
It’s been used around a lot since the past year and I thought “why not?”. I made some really simple SVGs that are right-angled triangles to give the edges of containers a padded and – er – better look? THEY LOOK GREAT, and that’s what I believe matters? Okay. In addition, these are vector graphics and are ludicrously small in size. Going to use them more in further projects after I get a good grip on them.
The only reason I’ve started using bootstrap is because of its preset configuration, glyphs and the responsive grids. Oh, the responsive grids – never have I ever made something without spending much time on the frames.
I pat my self for making it look better but I still believe it’s got it’s ways to go before it reaches perfection. The thought of upgrading the current design rather than making a complete new one was really proper choice.
I’m planning a twitter feed and a cool little vertical ‘timeline’ under my bio which would show which programming language/feat I achieved at which year.
I also think that the SVG triangles are a little to large? Not sure, but I’m going to play around with that.