I decided to redesign my website right around New Year’s Day (as one does). A change was overdue— since building the last version, I moved halfway across the United States, stopped freelancing, and started working at Formidable Labs. I spent a couple of days working on a new version, got it to a place that started looking pretty good, then got caught up in other things and never finished (as one does).
I left a screenshot of the design on my desktop as a reminder to pick it up when I had time. A year passed.
In 2015, I decided to redesign my website, and started sketching out new ideas. After a day, I noticed the old screenshot, which had become a permanent desktop fixture. It looked OK to me. Good enough, anyway. I rewrote all of it and tweaked the design a bit, but you’re pretty much looking at the site that I took a screenshot of a year ago. Ship it, right?