I used to be a geek, and I was obsessed with video games.
When I got into graphic design it was like, this is what I want to do with my life.
When you get to a point where you’re able to do it and have a great product, it’s kind of like, you can do this.
I wanted to do something that I didn’t have to wait for a deadline.
I started a subreddit called /r/funny and people started liking it.
I made a few videos about it and it grew into a full-time job.
When the subreddit got popular I thought, why don’t I just make a full website?
I made one and now it’s about to hit the web.
And then I realized, this isn’t a career path that I thought was for me, so why not just make one myself?
So I started thinking about it like this: how do I get a full portfolio and start getting some feedback from people?
I’m not really sure how to do this, so I started to think about doing something similar to what Reddit has done.
First off, this subreddit isn’t an official website.
It’s just a place for people to share their content, but I wanted it to be open source so anyone could use it.
So I’ve started a website called Funcared.
I’ve set up a GitHub repo where anyone can take the code and create a website.
I have the code on GitHub so anyone can use it and contribute.
So people can just grab it and do what they want with it.
I wanted to put a lot of focus on getting feedback from other people.
So my main goal was to get feedback from users who are going through the same thing I’m going through.
I’m still working on getting people’s feedback, but that’s where I started.
What I did was I had a list of all the people I wanted feedback from.
And I did some digging.
I asked people if they would be interested in helping me with something.
Then I created a GitHub account and gave it to one of the moderators, I’m kidding, the mod who has a flair for being a nerd. I didn