Finally, a ‘new’ website. The old one wasn’t much of a website. I created it almost 5 years ago when I had to apply for a job at MediaMonks, and had to show what I could do. I’ve updated it a few times with new projects, mostly at the end of every year, but it wasn’t more then that — a list of projects with nothing to say. It served its purpose though.

Most of the time when I try something new it gets lost at a dusty corner on my hard drive, when instead it could help some other people. And keeping a blog is a great way to keep track of the the things you’ve done in the past.

At the moment is running on a xampp install on my notebook, so it’s only up when I’m at home and not asleep. So step 1 is to re-install my old PC and use it as a server, and maybe get some hosting at a later time :)

Step 2 is to get a redesign, and I like to create it myself (photoshopping can be relaxing if everything works out). Then ofcourse html/css it afterward, a good way to keep those skills up to date! But I thought it would be a good idea to get it up and running first, and see which elements en plugins I will need, so I can keep that in account when I’m designing it.