Theme

Ten is getting close

It’s almost time I can now safely say. For the past month or so I was working every evening on migrating, designing, and coding the next version of SoaPatrick and it’s gotten to the point of me being … more →

New Color Scheme for SP10

Back in 2018 , I had the urge to change the look and feel of my website, back then the red theme was born. I always like this slightly dirty red with a very dark gray as a contrast color. With this … more →

Migration to Kirby

In November I decided to move my website from WordPress to the Flat-file CMS Kirby and during the last two months, I’ve been busy with first recreating SP9 in the most efficient way and also … more →

9 comes before 10

I don’t know how many hours I’ve invested in the last two weeks for this new theme iteration but I really like what I see now. Gone are few things and I streamlined a lot of code in the back and I … more →

It's close, very close

It’s been one hell of a busy week but I made so much progress with SoaPatrickNine that I think it’s ready to be released very soon. It’s been a blast to start from scratch and actually reduce code … more →

SP9 is in development

Yes, I’ve started work on SoaPatrickNine and I’ve come quite far with my first coding session. Now I don’t use an app like Photoshop or something like Adobe XD, Figma, or Sketch. I use my coding … more →

My plans for SP9

Yesterday I published the new section SoapLab and with it, I thought a lot about a new structure. Actually, I thought about it for some time but with this new section, the idea to rearrange some … more →

What has been happening

Colored pens made with Blender It’s been some time since anything happened here, well some things happened, I just didn’t post something about it. But yeah it’s a difficult time for all of us and … more →

What’s in store for 2021

After a day of numbers and a day of looking back , it’s time to look ahead of talk about what to expect from 2021. The thing I noticed last year is that I was lacking a clear focus on things. I had … more →