I basically learned web design through the need to showcasing my own work. In 1998 I was working in kitchens around South Jersey and presuing any and all illustration leads. I was just discovering the internet (thanks AOL) and quickly understanding the networking power of the earliest of social networks (AOL instant messenger), along the way I wanted a place for people to go to see my range of work and basically say to themselves “I need to throw money at that guy for his ideas”. It’s late 2013 and not much has changed as in my web goals.
At the end of the day I can admit I want my website to be about me and about what separates me from the pack.
What to expect?
> More content. So much more and new content you will just about be sick of my work history and ambitious new ventures.
> A more day to day blog section.
> Information Technology – the other somewhat hidden side of my career
> Case Studies – Depictions of failures and successes
> Artwork overflow
> Connection to all my social networks
I am practically at a thermal grey matter meltdown with what I want to do with the website.
AKAPAD.COM is my sandbox of social media building, content fishing, content development, blogging (yes, it’s still alive) this website will documant the methodology and open experimentation few creatives are willing to