The upside of digital work is that it can offer beautiful, fulfilling
experiences full of interactivity and limitless artistic potential; the
downside is that months or years of effort can disappear in an instant if a
client no longer wishes to host an experience.
Sadly, much of my best work has vanished into the digital ether, but tantalizing artifacts that offer small tastes of my content can still be found if you know where to look. In these instances, I invite you to delve into the case studies I wrote for Neo-Pangea’s portfolio.
If you need proof that these projects did, in fact, exist at one time, you may search for them on the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, but I’ll warn you that most of them didn’t archive very well due to their complexity. <le sigh>