My previous employer, Zipscene, sponsored a 48-hour hackathon at the University of Cincinnati. I thought it would be cool to design some unique company swag that you could only get if you participated, like a Boy Scout badge or a rare band t-shirt.
Fun fact: because I only had one night to make this, and I hadn’t learned Illustrator, I cranked this design out in Photohsop vector shapes. Never again! This design was the inspiration for me to finally learn illustrator, and I’ve been ⌘+d-ing it ever since.
When I made this site, I decided it was the perfect time to learn CSS Grid. At the time of me writing this, 0ctober 2nd, 2018, CSS Grid only has partial support in IE 11.
Since I intend for this site to be an example of what I can do, and not a comprehensive commercial product, I’m ok with that sacrifice in usability, especially since signs point to IE11 eventually adopting full CSS Grid support.
So with that said, I’d recommend using a different browser, such as Microsoft Edge. If you got cursed by a witch or something and have to use IE, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can check out my
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