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I finished and took live a new website for company A&P Vintage Trailer Works late last week, and turned it over to the owners so they can continue to flesh the site out.
It’s a wordpress site which are easy to control and add content to – and are very well liked by search engines. Maybe that’s how you found me? The business of website building for Denton, Dallas and Fort Worth (I do the small jobs the big dogs don’t want), is at www.dentondigital.com.
Don’t blink! Okay, you can blink, and probably sleep on the fact that this site is about to go under some radical changes. For all its goodness, the theme design and bugs that have dogged this photocrati site since the beginning, are about to be abandoned.
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There never has been much going on summers in Denton, Texas. In fact they roll up the streets and turn the traffic lights to permanent blink – at least some of them … they used to anyway.
It is an obvious opportunity to get caught up on all the dozens of photography assignments that came through in May and June, and start to think about changing this site’s look, and publish a few posts on the photography that’s happening now.
Here’s a recent image of writer and photographer Scott Sommerlatte, done in Port O’Connor, Texas, editorial photography for the website www.texasflycaster.com. Scott’s a lot nicer than he looks here – I just liked the image composition and light balance.
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Don’t look now, but there’s about to be a new theme found and installed here on this site. I know, that is exciting news isn’t it!
After a couple of years with this theme, I think the winds of change are blowing over it right now. The biggest problem I see with this design is not nearly enough showcase on the landing page – meaning I need more images to look at, at once, and more places to go to.
It may take awhile, but you can count on something smashing in the end.
Meanwhile, you may not have seen the redesign I did at www.texasflycaster.com. That site is enjoying widespread enthusiasm and heavy traffic based on volumes of content over the years. And yes, sometimes fly fishing does get in the way of maintaining this site, but that change is also in the air. It’s pretty tough to update with posts here right now, as I am in very deep with my university photography at TWU. Seventeen years completed now for TWU, Texas Woman’s University, and I have certainly seen a lot of changes in those years. Amazing.
The value of a good solid website
I always appreciate a client who knows the value of good (website) design – www.bolivarstreetgallery.com, and also realizes the value good photography plays in the overall look of their website. Here are some images of art available at the Bolivar Street Gallery in Sanger, Texas.
I made these off the cuff – natural light, while doing the website orientation for the gallery owner at the same time. Studio quality copy work of artwork, looks and feels quite a bit different than this, but it works to show what the gallery is all about.