– click image to stream/download: Half Step drum and bass mix for dirtyradio tracklist: Alix Perez – Portraits of the Unknown (interlude) Synkro – Departure Consequence – A Man And A Woman Consequence feat. ASC – Form A Distance Blu Mar Ten – Above Words Alix Perez – Hemlines Blu Mar Ten – If I Could Tell You Luca – Screen In Motion Kharm – White Picket Fences The Upbeats feat. Jess Chambers – Through the Night Circa – Ida […]
other stuff: remixes of Tegan & Sara’s Alligator Suff Daddy : The Gin Diaries Twin Hype : Twin Hype The Mary Onettes : Islands also thinking about bringing the “mixes” page back (i removed it last year) mostly as an archive page of a few of the older podcasts i’ve made. trying to find a nice online player (js or flash) for the page.
– the “works” section is now officially online. previously . additional items added to the menu on the front page: . got rid of the unformatted “anitest” html pages and replaced it with this: . edit: switched the images to png format.
– the “works” section on my homepage has been offline since May last year (when i redesigned everything). i’m not going to wait for me to learn how to make a full AS3 compliant flash portfolio. i’ll just steamroll through with a functional enough AS2 version for now. so far, i’ve gotten the top part done: . also spruced up the resume, which still looks minimal (new version on the left, old on the right):
– september 2008 header: / original 2007 header: / thought about switching back to a white background like from 2007. it would look like this: . also updated “about” in the sidebar, and made a graphic to link to my website (see SUBSECTION in the sidebar)…but it’s not really that much clearer than the old text link (haven’t built the redesigned site in flash yet).
i’ll probably have the blog header and homepage redesign done by the end of the week, then maybe take my time on the “work” (portfolio) section. version 1, which i first created in 2007, will no longer exist (although the old design and work can be seen in the create subsection of this blog)
decided to try my hand at building a webpage for a friend of mine with my only reference point is his business card. i opted to design it for a 1024×768 display (instead of having it centered for various display resolutions) on a 1024×768 display on a 1920×1200 display it’s a wee bit sparse at this point. haven’t tested it out on pc browsers yet. visit the Archidecs page