I redesigned and re-coded www.RayWhiteCement.com this summer, along with some other projects that may get posted soon 🙂
Huzzah! A new website is born!
“Out with the Old” was the tagline while everything was in redesign. Less than a month later, I’m pleased to have uploaded a hand-drawn sketchbook-style redesign.
Massive kudos to Ivan for emotional and technical support and suggestions!
The Art section is currently down, yes. Don’t fret. There will be plenty of new eyecandy up soon 🙂
For my Surfing the Web class, we had to draw a picture of the Internet as a human entity. If you think about it, the Internet is pretty freaky. It knows a lot…. so I gave it a massive brain. It’s not necessarily clean either, hence the dreads. It seeks and it sees an awful lot at once– so there are the multiple eyes. T-shirts are popular to shop for, and there are more than enough emoticons (which have seemingly become numb over the years– numb to their original meaning, that is). You can plug into it from just about anywhere… the bright-pink frilly undies are because, well… yeah. You see those ads in you spam all the time. Though there is new stuff uploaded every day to its brain, it still has some horrendously old material (thus the walker)… and it’s got to support itself somehow, so there are the massive legs. And it’s got quite an iDentity crisis, being new/old and– with all those gajillions of profiles on Myspace, Facebook, Twitter and other such social networking sites, I figure it wouldn’t quite know how to label itself.
Lo and BEHOLD! The brand-new Tahnee.com[munity] is here!
Besides sporting a fresh, modern look, the new Tahnee.com features an exclusive, Tahnees-only community where members can update their information at any time (a much better system than when I updated bios and photos by hand!) Members can chill in the forums and make contacts with other Tahnees from around the world. The new Hall of Tahnees is self-updating, and orders Tahnees from latest member first. What a good feeling it is to have finally gotten the time to completely rennovate this website.
So we’ve all come to know those little icons by a website’s browser tab or bookmark link as Favicons. They’re 16×16-pixel identifiers for a site, and are sometimes initials, the main logo or a bright, eye-catching visual element by which we’ll remember the website.