Now that I’ve established the Audience of my web site, I can think about what content I can provide for this audience:
About/bio: Generally useful. Might contain a link to Weeknotes. Should contain links to other places, such as Twitter, GitHub and LinkedIn. I’ll probably have this on the home page.
Articles: Mature, fleshed-out articles would end up here. They might start out as a note, or a set of notes, in which case the notes would refer to, or redirect to, the new article.
Notes: This is my digital garden where I collect learnings, thoughts, ideas, and more. What’s in here will be incomplete and keep evolving, which is fine.
Journal/weeknotes: This is to be seen, as I’m not sure whether I have the discipline to keep that up.
Projects: Each project, especially the ones I think are the most impactful, should be accompanied by some detail (what is it, why did I make it) and a screenshot.
CV/Résumé: It’s good to have this on hand. It might be a sub-page of the About page. It does not need to follow the design of the site, and might even be separate entirely: perhaps a PDF itself is good enough.
One-off project assets, such as the horizontal multi-column layout experiment, should probably live elsewhere. But where, though?