My focus is websites; structure, concept, navigation, wire-framing, what-goes-where. What happens when you click something, etc.
Sometimes I get asked to make a website when there is no existing visual identity, then I have to come up with something. Sometimes the website is the only outlet for the visual identity. That way, I occasionally venture in traditional graphic design territory, but more often I collaborate with a print/identity-focused designer.
I enjoy to work out a concept from the very beginning. Sometimes alone, but more often in collaboration.
I do a lot of programming. I have no interest in programming per se, but I enjoy it because it allows me to experiment and stay close to the ever-changing craft.
The process I use is 'content first'. Starting with a rough, functioning website that gets filled with real content, that later gets worked out in detail. This puts the focus on structure and content in the beginning of a project. This process also immediately engages the client/editor to understand (and question) how things works, rather than how things look. Another plus with this process is that, once the website launches, the client/editor is already an expert of the backend/CMS.
Below is a selection of projects that has one or several aspects that I've been wanting to investigate and explore.