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UX/UI: personal web site
From 2010 up to date, here take a look at the evolution of my personal website. The following is the reasoning behind a structure for a website.

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If looking at someone's web portfolio I might say, I would like to know where is this person now, what are they doing now, and also what they already did and how they present it (or themselves) after the emotion of the moment has passed.
Already social media pages address this in their profile structures, with an ongoing rolling newsfeed and a curated section of galleries or something like that. For a portfolio, it occurs to me that is not a bad idea to take this structure. You will have a curated portfolio, divided, categorized, already curated by you, with sections like drawings, paintings, or themes like portraits, or sequences like series I, II and II and so on.
And you wil also have a day to day feed, probably connected to your social media feed, where is were you invest most of your time in promoting yourself to other people that is already there, like in a big, noisy market.
Then you need also to make easy for someone to commission you, and you can make life easier for that someone by placing a button in frontpage, like a bell in the door of your house.
These are just musings, not tested, from what I remember from past lectures in website design. I guess we can select the information we want into two types, the current, recent one, the latest and therefore more relevant to my day to day, and the already processed and debunked/confirmed and because of that, a more confident intake on data.
Additionally, the blog was developed in a theme customized from Blogger (Google)
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one more version of my portfolio

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