I sometimes just sit down and look through my own website for criticism rather than anything else.
My website has become the HUB of everything I do now. You can find out about me, read tutorials by me, find my CV, find photos of my places I've been, my life, family and pets and more, access my university stuff, download and read about my software, here what I have to say and more.
I don't often sit down and review my website but as I've got a chance, I'd like to tell you the truth about some recent events.
As one person knows, the person I know who cares about my website and one of my best friends in life, I considered completely getting rid of all the work on my website and changing my website entirely to Bootstrap, convinced that it was time for a major change.
To me now, the very fact that I was thinking this was even silly. I say this because I now know this website is me. I've built it.
I've had some comments from lecturers, friends and family and lots of others who have said my website is nice. But to me, there is always a need to change it more and more as you will have seen if you come here to view my blog or whatever on a regular basis or something.
The only problem is, whenever I write an article, tutorial or blog post or something, I always get distracted and end up changing something on the site.
I'm trying not to modify my website any more at all - trying to keep it consistent I think is what I'm trying to say.
I'd like to point out that alpha.jamiebalfour.com, a subsite of this website, is nothing more than a concept - even it's front page explains that I never thought about doing that!
The alpha site never came to be the future of my website. It was overloaded with things I didn't need and it didn't represent me the way my own styled website does.