Q: Why do you have a Brutalist Website?
A: I wanted a website which could be use both an archive for the work I made as well as function as a work on it's own. Although it needs some updating, the thought behind it is that the website contains (and numbers) every idea I come up with. Acknowledging it’s existence—sort of like a place holder. The small text describes the idea and the checkmark indicates which of these ideas I’ve actually completed. Since I work as a designer, but my work varies from curating to making, I thought it was best to talk about the form of each idea as a title, not to place myself in a corner of a certain medium. It’s very liberating
The design is quite neutral because I didn’t want to make a display for projects that in themselves are already specific designs. I feel that in this way the projects have more space to speak for themselves and for the viewer to make up his mind.
Q: Who designed the website?
A: That would be me.
Q: Who coded the website?
A: Also me.
Q: With what kind of editor?
A: Text editor