Case Study: DouglasKoke.com
- Web Design
I launched douglaskoke.com when I was in my 20's as kind of a catch-all for all my creative interests that didn't quite fit in with my professional pursuits.
At first, the site was just a collection of oddball Flash experiments. Then I started adding music I wrote and recorded at home. Orphaned lyrics got added -- I used to be in a band -- then poetry (the shame!), then humor essays, then blogging.
And somewhere in that mess, I was always squeezing little bits of graphic design in here and there. Basically, the site became a giant boneyard for anything and everything I made that never found a place in my client work.
Along came FaceBook and Twitter, and douglaskoke.com got a little neglected, as it was a whole lot easier to be a mouthy idiot on those places instead.
Right now, the site is sort of in limbo, but I hope to re-launch it as a (somewhat) conventional blog in the near future.
I'm not sure what it'll end up looking like, but I promise it'll provide some goofy entertainment when you're bored at work. Not to brag, but I'm pretty good at being stupid.