It’s been almost four years since the last time I sat at my computer and decided to upgrade my online portfolio’s image, content and design. Since then this has been far from a static website, going through several and constant updates. At least, this was true for the first couple of years. This website’s information has always been up to date, and some of its content was, in fact, altered and upgraded, however, the same could not be said about its design, its logo, and its overall look.
Sure, I’ve made a few changes a few months ago, replacing my old logo and the section markers with vector versions more adequate for this medium, but most of these changes went unnoticed. The truth is, it was time for a fresh new look, a new logo, new design, and new updated content.
New information was added to ‘Publications’ and ‘Video’. The pages ‘Multimedia’, ‘Media Relations’, ‘Journalism’ and ‘RTP’ are now gone, with some of its content being merged with some of the new sections, as the rest of it was dropped for being too old, less appealing, or for having too many dead links.
Home has a new and a more clean design, with a brief bio and direct links to my main portfolio pages, and my CV information has been moved to its own page. ‘Design’ and ‘Photography’ are two new pages with a wide selection of my most recent work on both of these fields.
Of all the dropped content, I’m still trying to figure out a way to include my multimedia interactive project, ‘Shall We Meet?’. In the meantime, my Master’s thesis is still available for browsing in the ‘Publications’ section, so not all references to it have been lost.
I find that this new design meets my current needs for an online showcase and archive of my most recent work in the several fields in which I excel as a multimedia content manager.
Hello and welcome to my new online portfolio.