The Digital Photo Guy

New Day Dawning

by on Jan.29, 2009, under Articles

Hi All,

After 5 years with the old website (an eternity in cyberspace), I’ve finally updated my website to a blog-style site. This was done with the assistance of Ben Robinson, who designed all the underpinnings of my old site. Anyone thinking of publishing a website needs to think very hard about 3 pieces: Design – This is the “eye-candy” aspect of a website and the first thing everyone sees and thinks of when developing a site. Content – This is all the “stuff” you intend to put on the site including photos, articles, links, ads, etc. Just thinking about it won’t do, you have to actually write all that stuff, prepare the photos, find all the links and consider the site’s purpose. Navigation & Layout – This is the “ease of use” part of the website. If you don’t think this through, your visitors will give up in frustration before they can find the good stuff.

The main impetus for this new site was to have a web presence that allowed me to make updates, changes and corrections as needed. The following sections are available: Home (what you’re reading now), Workshops – list of all upcoming classes, Photos – I hope that’s self-explanatory, Videos – short clips on Photoshop Elements, About – all about me, me, me! and Contact – please be sure to use a valid e-mail address.

A large part of this new site is to increase the interactivity between me and my students. Feel free to comment and/or ask questions.

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