I recently got to develop a custom theme for CBRT Capital, a freight factoring company. It was a quick turnaround, only one week, and I was able to use both Tailwind CSS and ACF’s Gutenberg blocks for this project.

The block-based method was great as I was only given a homepage and one key interior page from the designer and told to use similar elements for the rest of the content. The block method let me quickly and easily reuse similar elements across the site which was awesome.

Going forward, I will likely try and incorporate this approach into future projects as it drastically cut down on time when it came to implementing content on the site and iterating after getting feedback from the client.

Check out the site here.