Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category
It’s been on the back burner for quite some time, but I’ve finally put a web site up at Dune Prints with some of my favourite images of the local coast. I live in Southport, on the North West coast of England, and the coast can be rather flat and plain, but the sand dunes are great, and the images of the grass in the dunes with the sea in the distance look well at large sizes – perfect for a canvas print.
Please take a look – all comments are welcome.
I have been looking at this web site for some time, thinking it could do with a makeover. I knew I wanted something different, but couldn’t find the right way to include any of my new photographs in the actual design. The colours just seemed wrong. Anyway, I was inspired by the thinking behind the new Happy Cog web site, in particular the navigation sentence, and this has proven to be the push I needed.
I’ve now moved my weblog from sophos1 to here. I’ll leave that site up for a while, but will eventually point the URL at this site. This weird concoction now boasts a smattering of ASP and a dose of PHP as well as the modified WordPress template behind it all.
At first try it all looks to be working fine …
This time I’ve done it properly. The peterholloway.com web site has now been completely redone.
The site has had the navigation moved to the left hand side, a completely redesigned banner that takes up less space, and a slightly different page for displaying photos so that that banner doesn’t detract from the image.
On a whim I decided to refresh the look of peterholloway.com, but I’m not 100% happy with it yet. I want something simple, yet with a nice image. This one is from Freshfield in Formby. I’m not sure whether to start afresh or try tweaking it a little. Depends on time, inclination etc.