Q: Why do you have a Brutalist Website?
A: I've been in love with brutalist architecture since high school, and when the time to build my own portfolio had come, i thought that the best way to express the idea of a showcase was trhough a brutal design. After all, a portfolio should be work-focused. Getting rid of all the elements that don't serve that aim, is just the natural evolution of the design. It's more than minimal; a brutal portfolio exists for the sole purpose of showing works. A few colors, one or two fonts, and the viewer will be focusing just on the contents. And that's what I'm trying to sell.
Q: Who designed the website?
A: I designed it, after weeks of researches and browsing. It might seem simple at a first look, but the concept of going back to the basics was the hardest part.
The real challenge was to start from a blank page, rather than from a template full of elements.
Q: Who coded the website?
A: A great friend of mine made the 95% of the website. I did some small parts of it.
Q: With what kind of editor?
A: I used just some basic windows text-editor, but everything has been put together on wordpress.