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I’ve been building websites for a really long time. I can’t say I’m of “the old gaurd” about the matter, but I’m of the generation that came out of it. In terms of how I originally learned to code for the web, I have nothing in common with anyone learning web development right now. There was no iPhone let alone the notion of “mobile” or even “mobile web”. Apps didn’t rule the roost yet and task runners, compilers and transpilers didn’t exist for this stuff. We were cowboys—or maybe that’s just how I like to remember it :P

 

Over the years the sites have stacked up. But websites are fickle things and they have a lifecycle. What I have here is a list of sites I’ve developed that are STILL the site that I developed. Some of them have been on site inspire and sites we like but I can’t remember which is which anymore :)

 

GarberCo

A portfolio site for Ryan Garber’s photography.

garberco.com
 

PaperMakeStack

The digital stoop of one Justin Gorman.

papermakestack.com
 

BS

A portfolio site for Brian Swarthout.

brianswarthout.com
 

WordsUp

Professional website for Kelly Malone, Book Editor, Coach and Ghostwriter.

wordsup.press
 

Deem

An online platform focused on design as social practice.

deemjournal.com
 

Struck

Professional website for Struck, a modern brand agency.

struck.com
 

TEAM

Professional website for TEAM, a digital brand studio.

weareteamstudio.com
 

Skylab

Professional website for Skylab Architecture.

skylabarchitecture.com
 

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