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Tag: web design

A New Logo and a Couple of Hours in Dreamweaver

Once again, I have reason to thank Mary.  The logo on the left is something Mary whipped up for us in the last week, again proving she’s very good, fast, and easy to work with. 

Today, I spent a couple of hours in Dreamweaver redesigning the website.  I’m happy with the improvements, but still see a few things I want to tweak and text I want to toss and rewrite.  It never ends and knowing that, I’ve stopped for today. 

Feedback, as always, is welcome.

bad websites

I can no longer use one of my favorite examples of bad website design.  It seems that TOR finally woke up and realized they had a website.  Huge improvement.  Now lets see if they can keep it up to date.

Tinkering with the website

Every now and then, I get the urge to tinker with the design of the website. I had to add a link to Clarkesworld Magazine anyway, so I started playing with the design of the store’s home page. If you have a second, I’d appreciate some honest feedback.

This is what it is now:

and this is the new version:


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