Site redesign

This weekend I did something I've been meaning to do for a while: I redesigned my website. In fact, unless you're reading this in your RSS aggregator, you probably already noticed. It was about time, too - I'd had the same fractured, dated design for years. There are probably still some kinks to work out, but for the most part I think it looks much cleaner.

This time I decided to do a real site design. As in, not only did I update this blog, but also the other sections of this site and the landing page as well. In fact, this started as a re-do of my landing page and I ended up abstracting that design out and making it a theme for LnBlog. Then I just set this and my other LnBlog blogs (you know, the ones in the header that nobody reads) to use it. Update accomplished!

I figured that, what with being an experienced front-end web developer, it would probably be a good idea to make my site look decent. Lends to the credibility and all. The randomly differing styles of the old pages looked kinda crappy and the sharp edges,weird colors, and embellishments were not so great. Of course, I'm no graphic designer, but I think this looks a bit cleaner. And at the very least, it's consistent.

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