Site Design History
Throughout the years, my site's been through a few redesigns (and name changes). I thought it'd be fun to chronicle that, so below are some screenshots and information about the old formats.
I started working on a homepage back in 2011 or so. Originally, it was just a project for an information systems class in college, in which we had to build a basic HTML page. I didn't know much at all about developing websites at the time, so I decided to take it a bit further than the basic assignment and make an actual site for my creative work. I never had this on a paid hosting service or anything, just my student space.
Following that, I built a pixel-art based design. I think it was a fairly cool idea, although I never actually put it on the web.
After scrapping the previous design, I went with a simpler aesthetic, and actually registered a domain and signed up for hosting space. The domain was studiodensetsu.com.
Next up was wallychantek.com, which I released around the same time as Option Fire. I knew a bit more about HTML/CSS by this point, and tried to give it some more personal flair.
Up until this point, I was writing everything as raw HTML/CSS files. Around the time of this next design, I switched to PHP.
A bit of refinement on the previous design, though I did like the Makua banner and the glossy navigation bar.