Functional, accessible design!
In its first stages, I wanted to build a simple, straightforward website - a place that had a checklist for UI elements to go on standard pages. Just what you need on the screen, ticked off as you place them on the artboard.
After wireframing a few screens with that idea in mind, the pages quickly felt lacking in presentation and value. There was more potential seen right away, and just focusing on the UI didn't feel like a complete experience.
So I shared the idea around and in my first round of feedback there was clear validation of the idea to not just feature the 'what' of the content, but the 'how' and 'why'. It's what skyrocketed the resourcefulness and educating part of the platform.
Then, I rounded it off with Dribbble shots to visually inspire, a few insightful articles to understand more, and a list of real-world, deployed examples to learn from - the 3 pieces of content I saw could educate in unique ways.