Taking my second web design class at SCAD, I have become increasingly more interested and aware of web design. It is amazing what all the browser can hold, not mention the billions of different web pages but also all the different design aspects and creativity that is evolving web design to interact and engage viewers today. Upon doing research to find inspiration for building my personal website, I came across this portfolio site of Ayako Taniguchi. I found his website to be so different from other portfolio sites. Ayako is a composer and once moving beyond the loading page, the viewer is welcomed with tracks of his work, that are accompanied with moving graphics in the background. The graphics in the background are not visually distracting from his resume, and other information due to just the right amount of white space placed over top of the graphics, to make the graphics appear to be a secondary experience, in the background. Also, it’s very neat that you can “generate” or customize the graphics, which engages the viewers, allowing them to become involved with the overall experience. I think this is an excellent web design and provides great inspiration, revealing that there are unlimited creative options within the browser.