Personal Website Redesign
I'm in the process of redesigning my personal website right now.
A year in, Agrilyst's web app was showing the marks of a rapidly-growing startup. We'd been adding new features at a breakneck pace, and had stretched the original design language to its breaking point.
To give us a solid foundation to sustain the next stage in Agrilyst's evolution, I took the lead in rewriting the front-end from the ground up. I rebuilt the site's HTML and CSS (well, Sass), simplifying and adding consistency whenever possible. I shaved something like 200kb off our CSS, and tweaked our JS to make things even more efficient.
Best of all, we now have a design language that matches Agrilyst's current feature set and is adaptable enough to support our future growth.
It's a relief to have this shipped — I'm usually a fan of iterative changes rather than blue-sky projects, and this PR was weighing me down in GitHub.
You can see the changes live at Agrilyst.