We just pushed out a quiet little update to our homepage. Nothing world-changing, just a nice refresh to help establish what Panic is all about for first-time visitors.
(I had far more elaborate plans for the homepage — at one point involving building actual sets, no joke — but after so many years of “I’m sure we can get to it next week!”, and after building up so much internal pressure that everything we do has to be earth-shattering, it felt great for me to sit down and do something quick, simple, and fun. Lesson learned.)
In prepping the new page, I moved the old images out of the way. And that’s when I realized we had something interesting:
A collection of little rotating “tout” graphics we had at the top of the old site.
The oldest modification date? 2002 — 10 years ago.
Through these touts, you can basically see everything we’ve done over the last 10 years. The passage of time generally freaks me out, so it’s a little overwhelming for me to see these all in one place, but it’s also kind of nice and comforting to see that, man, we’ve done a lot of stuff.
So here’s my life in 560 × 91. I hope you enjoy it. What’s next?