I have been moving toward more subdued colors in website designs (especially for artists!), and I think even my colorful work might look better against a more neutral background than before. Soooooooooooo, I redesigned my fine art site one more time. Luckily, this redesign only took me a week, while the structural and visual redesign from last fall took about a month.
I've started researching some Etsy apps and techniques for organizing Finding Fine Art member lists, treasuries, and blog posts featuring Treasuries, which I thought I'd share with you all. This post is primarily aimed at members of the Finding Fine Art group, but may be helpful for other Etsy shopkeepers and Etsy users as well.
I have just finished yet another redesign of my art website! The new design is a slight refinement of the previous visual design (with which I've been pretty happy for awhile), but more importantly, it represents a major underlying structural change.
I've just created a very simple design for a WordPress website for a friend of mine. I created the design and set up a WordPress site that will handle "siders"* for my friend Tim. He will be adding all the content himself. I am training him long-distance by phone.
Today I am announcing the launch of a brand-new owner-empowered WordPress website for Austin photographer Ave Bonar.  I created the design to Ave's specifications and employed the technology, and Ave added all her own content.  Both Ave and I are very happy with the final design for her new website.

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