Well it's done. It's live. Analog Implant Laboratory's new website has been released to the world of the web.
I never get tired of the moment I put a website live. It still gives me such a buzz. That moment, when, what you've poured your time, emotional energy and expertise into, is finally ready (gulp!) to be shown to the 'world'. Well, not the whole world – but I think you know what I mean. It's both a scarily vulnerable moment and an exciting one all at the same time. No doubt almost anyone working in a creative capacity can relate with that feeling.
This particular project has turned out to be one of the enjoyable ones. A lot of this had to do with Analog Implant Laboratory's open-handed and open-hearted involvement in the whole design and development process. I appreciated it immensely. I’m conscious that not every project has or necessarily ends up being a pleasant one, so I’m grateful for the ones that are.
Anyway, enough of the gushy ramble. Here's the techie stuff for those that are interested…
I approached the design and development with 'Mobile First' in mind and built it responsively – (small screen upwards) – to work on as many screens and devices as possible. It's progressively enhanced and makes substantial use of WCAG. Obviously it goes without saying, I wasn’t able to test the website on all device types and screen sizes but I tried my best to ensure it’s built in a device-agnostic manner. Hopefully this means it’ll work for as many users as possible… for those that visit Analog Implant Laboratory’s website anyhow.