I’ve historically been one to avoid the polarization of ideas. Even when there’s a clear good vs. bad, I find myself in the position where it’s been best to keep cool and simply act as a mediator, since I’m good at that task as well.
More and more, I’m finding myself not only comfortable, but confident enough in my opinions that I can, and do, take a stand.
I’m no longer fearful of being high contrast. I’m realizing that my contrasting opinions to the majority are what will continue to set me apart.
And as such, the newest edition of dangerouslyawesome.com takes that into account, both content-wise as I flesh out some new concepts of my own, and from a visual standpoint.
Welcome to Dangerously Awesome Dot Com : High Contrast Edition.
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