How did I make my personal Website? (Part One)
Website Link: https://krishbavana.com/
The first part of the website was designing. I took almost five days to draw all the sketches of the website. I used to look at so many websites and just take note of all the elements I liked and disliked, so I knew exactly what I wanted to incorporate into my website, and everything I wanted to avoid. One of the biggest goals for my website was to give the best visual experience to my readers, and make a great portfolio for myself. I found that the most challenging parts of the design were the homepage and blog landing page. As I have so many audiences who read my blogs, I don’t want to disturb their visual experience because all of them were adjusted to the old interface. Therefore, I designed it by making some tiny tweaks to the original blog landing page. The challenge for the homepage was branding myself as a programmer, blogger and YouTuber. I wanted the homepage to stand out, so people would navigate the page and see my About page, and all my skills would stand out. After five days of visualization, I was happy with the design and started working on the coding part.
I made sure the blog landing page was simple, so I just used HTML and CSS (hamburger menu not included). Once I was done with the blog landing page, I focused on the project landing page and completed it in a few hours because I followed the same template as the blog page. Before jumping into the resume page, I decided to work on media queries. I was adding them while working the pages, but once I was done with the project page, I added the media query to make sure my website looks great on devices. Now anyone in the world with any device can look at the website and still get the same feel. Then I took a serious decision of hosting on the website and debugging. That is where the story changed and where the testing of the site went extreme, and when I realized to see all new bugs which were never existed offline.
To be continued…