It’s been a couple weeks since the last update. The big news is that a lot of the lessons learned in the Agenceum project have moved over to my own design website at design.davidseah.com. It’s not quite done (I have to add the contact page coding) but it is starting to reflect an idea that’s been growing in my mind: I like the idea of being a “country designer” a lot more than being a “big city designer”, because I want to have clients I work with one-on-one.
So now I have two distinct design practices in development: this one (which will likely continue to be my R&D website), and the “solo designer” version at design.davidseah.com. I’m not sure exactly how this will work out, but I think this experiment has been fruitful.
That’s really all for now. I’m kind of pleased by the HTML/CSS coding on the new design site because it applies lessons I’ve learned through the Agenceum projects. Things are starting to come together.
The next big marketing push: how to target those one-on-one customers.