The term web presence gets thrown around a lot, so what does it really mean? In my case it’s a little corner of the “interwebs” for my professional info, a few posts and my general identity as a web developer. My other personal sites (“web presencae?”) have a different focus: things like dice and paper roleplaying games! telrhin.com.
I built this using Jekyll and github pages, a simple and low maintenance way to build and maintain a WCMS (web content management system). My team runs a workshop on this!
I’m a full stack Drupal developer for the World Resources Institute in Washington DC. Before that I worked for the Scholarly Technology Group at GW Libraries in Drupal, Omeka, and a little Ruby on Rails, and I was the technical lead for their content management systems (like this https://library.gwu.edu).
I work in PHP, HTML, CSS, JS/jQuery, SQL, Ruby on Rails and the occasional Python/Django app.
I have a sandbox module on Drupal.org https://www.drupal.org/sandbox/studiozut/2303677 and have contributed to the Sufia repository project (part of the Hydra Project https://projecthydra.org) https://github.com/projecthydra/sufia.
You can see my implementation of Jekyll on github: https://github.com/StudioZut/studiozut.github.io
This is the base Jekyll theme. You can find out more info about customizing your Jekyll theme, as well as basic Jekyll usage documentation at jekyllrb.com