A redesign can be worth its weight in gold if you get it right. There is a thin line between freshening up your design, and taking a step backwards with a redesign. Sometimes a redesign can be subtle and simple, and other times it can be a huge re-vamp of direction and goals.
This redesign started almost a year ago when I began a journey to simplify my life… to really focus on the things that matter most: my family, the Church, art, and storytelling. This redesign mirrors my journey and focuses on my love of photojournalism, storytelling, art, and the Church. It also is an out word expression of simplicity and focus I have been adding to my life.
Massive thanks also goes out to Jared Erickson, who spent months implementing my vision, sketches, and ideas into digital goodness, and put up with hundreds of emails and DM’s from me with subjects like “problem”, “like this, but what about this”, “small issue” and “can we change…?”, with admirable patience.
We hope that all those glitches are ironed out now, but it’s likely that some tweaking will be necessary in the coming days – if you spot anything, please do email me to let me know.
I hope you like the new digs as much as I do. This summer is going to be real exciting on and offline with a lot of fun announcements, I cannot wait to share them with you.