The end ?
The last two weeks have been a blur really. Friday brought the end of my internship at Web Courses Bangkok, but I’ve been so busy that I haven’t had time to reflect on it all.
After the Songkran Holiday, I focused most of my time and attention on agency work. It’s great working on so many different types of websites- each with their own aesthetic and functionality requirements.
We took The website for Asia Fitness Convention live the other week. Since then I have been working on adding a mix-it-up pluggin to their schedule to allow for filtering of classes by instructor, date, course type, etc.
I also built a website for the Sabai Group using a one page WordPress theme called SCRN. We are building several websites for the Group including Awesome Undies, Fugly Shirts, and Shirts by Post.
I spent a good deal of time building a homepage for a new client, Touchline Recruitment. We are using a theme called Avada, which so far has been really good. The theme options are endless, however, which is an advantage and a disadvantage. Also, there are some tricky css issues I still need to sort out.
It’s pretty crazy actually, to look back at myself 6 months ago compared to today. I really knew next to nothing. I’m not exaggerating when I say that every single day of my internship I learned at least one new and essential skill, shortcut, or bit of useful knowledge- usually half a dozen things. Thanks to Carl, Pete, Abhi, Singh, Mallika, and Matt, I’ve made a huge leap in the past half a year. Coding expert- maybe not yet, but I feel confident, enjoy what I do, and am hungry to keep learning.
For anyone who wants to get started in web or graphic design and wants real-life, day-to-day, hands-on experience, learning from an experienced and knowledgable team: Look into an internship at Web Courses Bangkok.