I got to experience the Internet at age 12 and got my first computer at age 13. It was a Windows computer, and soon after, learned how to build websites through Geocities's drag-and-drop editor, Page Builder. It worked well for a little while—almost everyone used the same screen resolution back then (800px x 600px).
* For fellow webdevs, Page Builder used absolute positioning. Which as we know, doesn't work well when trying to center elements for different breakpoints. Using the <center> tags fixed that (and because this was about a billion years ago when the Internet was just becoming mainstream, this was perfectly acceptable at the time).
Anyway, I tried out graphic design before. I like web development, because 1) the browser is an infinite canvas 2) you can do all sorts of cool animations you can't do on a flyer 3) coding...I just like coding.
What I Use—Nova.app ● Photoshop ● WordPress ● yarn & node.js ● Codekit ● macOS
What I Like—coding ● video games ● guinea pigs ● anime ● trailer/"epic" music
(not taking projects at the moment)