The project proved much more difficult as the subject matter was so elusive. The client wanted the website to convey a calm and steady feel, but there was so much information that could potentially be contained in it. The trick was to supply that information for the serious reader, but not to overwhelm the casual reader.
The live website can be viewed here.
One of the most recent projects has been the creation of a range of How To Guides in Atlassian’s Confluence product.
Whilst Confluence is an easy tool to use, busy people don’t have time to create anything more sophisticated than a basic textual page. These How To Guides provide quick and easy access to cheat sheets that provide a few simple steps to creating what they want.
The page layout is novel for people who are used to creating textual documents. The How To’s also give them ideas about how documentation can be formatted and arranged.
My fascination and love of web development started back in 2013. A marketing company developed a website for a non-profit I was a part of. They did such a poor job that I ended up re-designing the whole website. It was a complex site with over 50 pages, so as a novice, I took on quite some task. I found that I loved combining the functional aspects of a website with beautiful images.
The website doesn’t exist in this form any longer.