I recently helped my friend Linda Hopkins (who runs Les Petites Gourmettes Cooking School for Children) get her WordPress blog up and running. It’s a very tasty site. Lots of recipes and cooking tips. It’s got a ton of great photos and lots of color splashed everywhere. Earlier today, Pamela Jo Bowman and I updated her blog to the latest version of WordPress. She uses the Pixeled theme which is mostly black and green.
During the week, in addition to all of the screenwriting and research we’ve been doing, we’ve also been working on the Transportation Safety Technologies, Inc. website for automotive safety engineer and testing specialist Mark Arndt. The site isn’t finished yet but it’s coming along nicely. It’s a very reliable engineer-blue-and-gray theme with a splash of orange and red.
Last week, I pretty much finished a Flash business site for my nephew who recently relocated to Wisconsin. Chris does painting, hence, Bowe Painting reflects that with a lot of photos and color. I am sure you can tell where this is all going.
Tonight, I looked at my site and started to think, “This site is just too dang white.”
So, as soon as I finish the Flash site for Jenny and Marc for their VFX company, The Creative Cartel (which I’m really anxious to finish this weekend), build the commerce site for Terry and Kay for their newest venture (to be announced soon), finish revising the blog and site for the film, A MARINE STORY, help Pam rebuild the Reminesse site and revise the GREENing Productions site, I’ll get right on the redesign for my site. Like the cobbler’s children who go without shoes, web designers’ sites are always the last for the make-over.