It’s been too long since I last updated this blog, and part of the reason is that I’ve been too busy – in a good way. Because, after throwing myself into coding as a leap of faith back in April, I’ve reached the point where I’m actually making a living from it. Which is something I’m very happy about.
I’m building websites for a variety of clients, from musicians to social-media entrepreneurs, performing-arts colleges to cosmetic surgeons, sometimes starting from scratch and other times going into existing projects and addressing whatever needs fixing.
Each project has been an important learning experience, both in terms of having to pick up skills I need to complete the work and troubleshoot hiccups along the way, but also because I’m learning how to run my own business and communicate effectively with clients.
I think the reason this work really appeals to me is because I love solving problems – sometimes it feels like working on one giant puzzle, and I have always loved puzzles.
I’m updating the portfolio page of this website as I go to show screenshots of my projects as well as detailing some of the challenges I encountered with each one. And if you like what you see, by all means drop me a line via the contact form to discuss how I can help you with your site.