It never fails.  I start out creating something, get to a point where I’m satisfied with it, and then boom.  I think of improvements.  Or I think of a completely different approach that would be better, but deploying would mean tearing down a lot of what I’ve already done.


Good thing I’m not afraid of a re-do.


So, I launched the new website last week, and already I’ve jettisoned a few things, mostly stuff that I realized I was holding over from the previous version of the site.  Despite my grumbling, I’m pleased with the results, and I think the build is more flexible, which pleases me.  Future revisions will come, and I might as well keep an open mind, realizing that at this point there’s no way I can know everything about what revisions may or may not be necessary.