We love taking a curatorial approach to building and consulting on websites for our clients. We like to ask: What are all of the past, current and future projects that make up who you are as a professional? Who are you talking to? What is the work that you want to push forward?
So we collect everything to see an bird's eye view of your career so far, and then weed out superfluous projects and information in order to get to the core of who you are and what you do. This then gives you a very solid, professional, exciting base on which to build your website for years come.
Therefore, we always say that your website should be the hub of you: the repository for important projects, information, and thoughts that exemplify your brand that you can then jettison out into the world via social media.
The keys to developing the best content for your website are:
- Curate. Creative people do a lot of things, but don't showcase any which project, bit of news or blog post on your site. Please be sure it speaks to and supports your brand.
- It's ok to give things away. Not sharing your work for fear or someone stealing it doesn't help you at all. Showcase your work in a beautiful way.
- Keep is clean. Visually, of course. Let your work speak for itself.
Good luck and let us know if we can be of any help telling your unique story and helping to create the best website for your work.