Updated October 2014
How wrong I was.
Since I have realized that websites are never done—not good ones at least. The fact is, better ways to do things are found, visual design patterns grow stale, vulnerabilites are exposed and antiquated browsers fall into disuse. The web is ever changing.
From a marketing and analytics perspective, so is my business model, my interests and what there is demand for. As I learn more and experience more my website changes accordingly.
Front-end frameworks that this site has used
In the time since I first published this page (preserved for posterity below) I think I have had 3 different front-end frameworks applied.
- Twitter Bootstrap v2.3.2 (as of the writing of the original post)
- Gumby Framework
- Foundation 5 (current)
WordPress themes this site has used
Software and services I have used extensively:
In the coming months, this site will transition from my primary business website to my blog.
I have decided that
adam infinitum is too personal to be a good name for a growing business that includes more people than just myself (I did see benefits from having a business name that appeared at the top of an alphabetized list though) so in December 2014 I will be launching a new site and using a new ‘business identity.’
That will be Abacus Advertising & Analytics Agency, or just Abacus for short.
Neither of these sites will likey ever be finished but I’ll try to make sure any experiments that might break things are limited to this website :)
Published Jan. 24 2013
It’s been a long but informative process but the new Adam Infinitum website but on the Roots theme which combines HTML5 Boilerplate and Twitter Bootstrap is almost done. Now to test out this post and debug why my WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast is no longer working.