How I designed my website

Published Aug 23, 2019 - 1 minute read
Photo by <a href="">Gustas Brazaitis</a> on <a href="">Unsplash</a>

Photo by <a href="">Gustas Brazaitis</a> on <a href="">Unsplash</a>


How I designed my website Sorry that should be 'How I uploaded this website'. Believe me since I started coding some years back, at every given moment, I always a have a personal website for moi that I would be working on.

Due to some issues, I always end up not publishing them. Probably because am perfectionist. Am I?

So it hit me a month ago that am developer that has worked on 10+ websites (August 2019) and yet I don't have a website of my own. Weird right!. By the way, I was listening of NF's album 'The Search' when I had this epiphany.

Yep. I started a new project with a decision to publish it. I was going to do it different this time around, so I gave myself a timeline (10 hours).


Didn't do that. I'm a bad developer. I know, you don't have to tell me.

Coding (The Fun Part)

The entire site is a Single Page Application built with VueJs, TailwindCss, Ionicons & a few vue external packages.

For the blog, it is powered by Wink, a Laravel publishing package made by @themsaid. I made a few modifications to the package (Time left: 1 hour). Deploying the site took more time that I expected. The site is hosted on Digital Ocean.

Anyway I ended up coding and deploying the project in 12 hours. Anyway, this is test post.

Thanks for reading.