I have been doing this all wrong.
I have a Behance account. I thought I could have had all my design essays over there because it gave me the "blogging" format in a design only space. I also got a Dribbble account recently, there I can also upload my designs, but just that.
Everywhere I look, there is a case study. One similarity: They all look the same. They are either on Medium or their personal websites. Now I have a personal website. It's one page. It has links, some description, and my contact information. I do not want to complicate it.
Posting my UX essays on Behance slowly started making less sense. Who is really looking at it? Why are they looking at it? Does it help them? Is my analysis helping them? Or are they just commenting and liking it because they want me to look at their profile?
I knew the solution to it. Dev.to! Almost everyone here is a developer. The community is very engaging and will tell you what you need to hear. Designers don't work alone. Developers don't work alone either. The next developer I work with will rely on my analysis into the problem. To me, it's only fair I present my design work in front of other developers who read through this amazing website every day.
For now, I will try to transfer over what I had on Behance. Maybe not the Medium stuff because it's a bit outdated. I will most likely mention it at the beginning of each post that it was previously on Behance, just in case someone has already seen it.
I do hope to make it a habit to post more. It'll help with future documentation work I will have to do along with design. Do let me know if you see anything wrong. I'm still early in my career and appreciate constructive feedback.