Is it really a bend in time, or maybe it should be called a disappearance in time. Does time even exists, or maybe we are the ones who really exist but then, this is not the question I tend to answer today.
After a few chats with my friend Winnie, I asked her if I could run an idea by her, she agrees and I shared the idea of “Project Stay at Home” with her. As a brilliant lawyer, and a very good friend, she was the first to give me a nod and that was all I need to roll with.
As I was on the chat with her, I started looking online to buy a domain name and hosting. Since I have been using Siteground and GoDaddy for a long time, I went straight to get both the domain name and hosting and started working.
…. then, time stops and I started working on the project. First, that was how I started researching the theme to use, when thinking about the theme, I was thinking about;
- Legibility and
I knew exactly what I wanted, I had the picture of the project on my head, I was working, sketching the idea down – doing the design as I was writing the copy – it was a full moment of magic.
Usability was the core of my thinking about the organization of the website. I wanted it to be organized in such a way where people can self direct around the website.
I wanted to make sure every question gets answered, I was looking for a near-perfect platform that acts like mind reader; like, before you ask a question, there’s already an answer for the user.
Time became only a fiddle, it was fickle and I work straight for the whole day to make sure I was able to have a full working sketch of the idea, just to make material out of the idea before it disappears – and I was able to have a full prototype of the website.
Does time really exists or not? I cannot tell, but one thing I can say is that on that very day, time was for me and that was all that matter – though it would still, even if it was against me.