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My post on portfolio redesign got me wondering how my website has evolved. I had an enjoyable look on the WayBack Machine and took some snapshots.
As a designer, I thrive on constraints; as a minimalist, I enjoy boiling something down to its essence. Happily, my brand now allows room for pixel art.
Since my post on refining my brand I’ve encountered a tiny issue where, with a circular crop, the underscore is too close to the edge of the circle.
I’ve spent more than 5 years working on an icon for my brand. It has been a lot of fun and the right solution turned out to be under my nose all along!
Article posted 12th December 2019 in Brand
Over the years, I’ve often been asked where I got the name ‘tempertemper’ from. The answer is very simple.
Colour contrast on my site now meets WCAG AAA, in light or dark mode. There have been compromises but, if it’s more useable, I’m happy to make them.
I rebranded tempertemper last summer. Text is so important on the web that it made perfect sense to make typography one of the first things to tackle.
So what’s all this about webfonts? Can’t I just have my website display my text in the font I want? Well, the answer is “yes and no”…
Deciding on your domain name (or URL) is an important starting point for any business when embarking on having a website built.