July's Daily 365 theme was definitely the hardest one I've done so far. The amount of work that was involved with every design made it very challenging. But I knew that it would be a fun challenge and the work I would do would be really great to look back at as a whole.
June's theme was a really fun one. I got to do some great experiments with intricate symmetrical shapes and patterns using my LiveSymmetry for Adobe Illustrator tool I sell over on Creative Market. The fun part was mixing different patterns and layers to make unique designs.
The theme I chose for May is probably my most favorite to date. It was so much fun to experiment with an art style I admired and appreciated very early on in my design career. Minimal typography is always something I enjoy doing and deciding to do a month long series of these kept me on my toes.
Alright, I have an admission of guilt to make. I've slacked off hardcore these past few years at actually updating and maintaining a site/portfolio/blog/shop. I especially slacked off on continuing to write and publish articles and tutorials like I used to on my main site.
After a few weeks of early mornings, productive weekend afternoons, and sleepless work nights, I can finally sit back and relax because my new portfolio site is finally done. This site was a result of a much needed overhaul to my old portfolio site which was released almost 2 years ago TO THE DAY. It served... Read more »