If you are a frequent or at the very least casual visitor to my site, you have noticed that I have totally revamped it in many different ways. I changed the splash page and added some elements that I thought were missing. One of the main things I wanted to tackle was adding a simple way to navigate to all the sections of my site. Also I made sure that the theme of the site was something relevant to my latest pet project FlickEm. I also upgraded my blog which is running on WordPress.
My old game portfolio was rather dated and was built into my blog and really needed a serious upgraded. So I decided to make some huge changes by giving it its own page with a great deal of eye candy using jQuery. I also made sure that it was more organized and relevant to the information that I was trying to share with viewers on each game and category.
But one of the main things I really wanted to do was get a very mobile friendly version of my site. So, I looked to the jQuery mobile framework for this. And so far the blog section is complete, now I need to get the main page nav, and portfolio integrated. This is going to be very tough considering that I have a lot of large images that wont really scale well on mobile. But I think with a little work I can get it just right. Besides, if you are working on mobile devices, shouldn’t your public face show what you are capable of doing? Plus this helps keep me busy whilst I work on getting a full time gig.