"Dude, I remember talking to you about three months ago and you said you were almost ready to launch".
This was a comment from one of my best mates a few weeks ago, and it got me thinking - it really has taken a significant amount of time. I recently heard a quote around how 'the builders house is never finished, the mechanics car is never serviced..." and in many ways this is true. Between the balance of designing for my other clients and creating a product that truly embodied what Domin8 Designs was about - it has been an incredibly long and testing process.
Long story short however, here we are - the second iteration of the Domin8 Designs website now live. My initial efforts at developing and maintaining a website for myself was good, it did the job, but I really felt it didn't represent the focus and style of Domin8 Designs. This is where the improvements come in this website update, and why I am so excited to hit the launch button. It will always be a work in progress, but that is a part of the excitement. I have a list of blog posts to publish, as well as continuing to update the work page with both previous and new projects once they too are established.
As always, I welcome any feedback of the website and Domin8 Designs as I continually seek to improve both fronts. Please feel free to contact me via the contact page, the Domin8 Facebook Page or email me through firstname.lastname@example.org. Any comments and constructive criticism is always welcome.
Without a doubt, I have to say thank you to the support team who have helped me get to this point - including my clients and close friends who have provided invaluable feedback along the way, my sister for her input, but particularly my parents; whom are an integral part of the Domin8 Designs team, and never hesitate to provide insight when I constantly pester them with new ideas and schemes. So thank you.
September 8, 2018
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July 14, 2018
In this post I share a clutch find clothing item that covered rail, hail or shine during six weeks travelling Europe.