PROJECT NAME: Skysenshi URL: http://www.skysenshi.com SINCE: October 14, 2002
I’ve had this handle (“skysenshi”) since 1997 and it was only in 2002 that I’ve decided to stake my claim — dotcom-wise. =^.^=
This was initially where I stashed my portfolio. I wanted the site to look as simple as it can be. I didn’t want its look to compete with the other sites I featured. Let’s just say the site had a lot of growing up to do since the More >
PROJECT NAME: Dino Lara Photography URL: http://www.dinolara.com SINCE: October 11, 2002
Another one of the best photographers in the wedding industry. I came across him during Kuya Mel‘s daughter’s christening. He actually wanted to go into an x-deal with me in case I didn’t have a videographer for my wedding, but I had already booked Kuya Mel’s videographer back then.
This was one of my most work-intensive projects. I loved working on this More >
PROJECT NAME: IchiSky URL: http://www.ichisky.com SINCE: June 28, 2002
The domain name was registered exactly a year before my wedding. For nearly a year it just sat there — design-less and blindingly white. At that time I was already so burned out by work that I couldn’t even think of a design for my own wedding site. What I wanted was for this to be the best site I would ever make. Nope. There was no chance of that. My designer’s block still reigned and I had no choice but toMore >
PROJECT NAME: Decisive Moments URL: http://www.decisivemoments.org SINCE: April 22, 2002; domain on May 17, 2002
“Kuya Mel” was actually my wedding photographer. The first time I saw his pictures online, I fell in love with his artwork immediately. Three decades of being a photojournalist, the man really knows his craft. When we approached him, we didn’t have the intention of offering him a website. In fact, work was the farthest from my mind back then. We just hadMore >
PROJECT NAME: Otaku Board (OB) URL: http://ob.otakufridge.com SINCE: July 2, 2001
Originally located at http://www.otakuboard.com, these boards sprung from the demands of my site visitors as well as Animetric‘s own fan base. The four original sites that shared these boards were Hentai Neko, Animetric, Disc13 and The Anime Zone. The first incarnation rode on Ikonboard’s platform.
In 2001, however, Animetric built her own boards and Anime Zone More >