The Visit Sebring project is a freelance project I helped build. My client contacted me because they needed some of the more complex features of the site built, and in a very quick timeline. I built the radial control, the navigation, and the sub page template.
The navigation was a primary focus of this project and has a pretty unique layout. It has a lot going on and a very unique appearance. I really enjoyed building it because it gave me a good reason to use CSS grid. Without CSS grid, I might have been tempted to rely on absolute positioning to get the blocks of various sizes to fit together like a tetris game. Instead, I was able to use CSS grid to flexibly position the blocks, and the items within them. Flexbox provided some key fallback behaviors for browsers that did not play well with Grid at the time of development (looking at you, IE11).