I did revise my job documents pretty substantially this year, to reflect the changes in my teaching that a result of my Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship, as well as my new position this year as the Assistant Director of the Writing and Communication Program. While I was making this big push for new materials, I bit the bullet and made myself a website to collect all of my job materials. Rather than relying on Academia.edu, which I've been using for several years now, I decided that I wanted my own dedicated web space that I could fully populate the way that I wanted it. Academia.edu has made changes to their website so that it looks more like Facebook. I wanted the content on my primary web presence to be more clearly organized.
Making the website has been quite a learning experience. Not the actual building--wix.com really is user friendly--but in writing introductory text, revising my teaching philosophy, and considering what to include, I had to do some thinking about how I wanted to frame all of the content. Just coming up with a couple of sentences to put on the landing page for my teaching section--it's quite a writing challenge to come up with two sentences with which to introduce my teaching!
I continue to tweak design, alignment, and other small things, and I need more visual elements on the pages, but in general, I'm pretty pleased with the website. I'm very curious to see how much traffic I get, and how useful it ends up being during this job season.