Since I started this website, the only comments I’ve had have been comment spam from alleged SEO companies promising me zillions of dollars in “revenue” if only I’ll give them money.
Um…how about no? Instead, since nobody comments on this (and probably nobody’s reading it anyway except for SEO vultures), I’ll just get rid of the damn comments.
I also have good news! Beginning at the outset of 2013, I’ll no longer be doing any print design at all. It’s a huge time suck that ends up only frustrating me and costing me more in money and aggravation than it’ll ever be worth, and it’s boring and not any fun to do anymore. So I just won’t do it.
It’s all boring crap anyway. I’m just gonna make websites instead.
In closing, here’s a picture I took of a praying mantis.
Welcome to the 2012 edition of twelve56creative.com. It’s not totally complete yet, but it’s all over save for the crying, so I’m comfortable enough at this point to let the rest of the world see it.
This version began as a school project. I had to make a “portfolio” website for this really terrible class that I was in, and since I already had the domain, I thought I’d just take a crack at redesigning my own website. This is the first version that uses any sort of CMS. I’ve been fairly impressed with WordPress when using it in a few of my freelance projects, so that’s what I’m using here. I have to say that it’s awfully refreshing being able to make a post and update a page without digging into the HTML.
Speaking of HTML, this version of the website also has a completely rewritten front-end using all new stuff, including HTML5 and CSS3. It probably looks like total shit in anything less than IE9, but I tend to think that if one is using less than at least IE9, they probably don’t deserve nice things anyway. In addition, the layout is completely responsive (though I’ll probably be swatting bugs for the next few days on that front) and will display properly at any resolution, including smartphones and tablets.
In conclusion, thanks for stopping by, and here’s a picture of a morbidly obese cat lounging in my floor.