Welcome Back! (The Return of the Rhino)
Posted on May 18th, 2017 in Posts
The last time I had a design website with a proper blog was the first iteration of this one. I used Muse and made something that looked okay but had way too many thumbnails and images and it was before I learned. The next page, a one pager, was heavy on the content but hard to add or remove stuff given how big the Muse canvas turned out to be The next two were the same style, but the first has handled clumsily in Dreamweaver while the next attempted to replicate the idea of the DW site in Muse.
I wasn’t happy. It’s a common thing that artists and designers are never quite happy with their work. The goal, however, is to make the gulf between done and happy as short as possible. Right now, with this configuration, it’s done. I’m sure I’ll tamper with it more, maybe even build another model that uses horizontal sliding panels and spaceship sound effects because why not?
Okay, probably not the sound effects.
Anyway, I’d like to draw your attention to the logo (using Handy Sans Condensed <3) at that curious little silhouette at the end. It’s the same shape as the favicon and the feature image for this post. That would be the rhino logo from the early incarnation of this site. The rhino represents unexpected results.
It’s good to be back!