JAH Web Development Blog

Thursday, 1 December 2011

A fresh lick of paint...

First of all, apologies for the lack of updates recently - rest assured, I have been busy, although unfortunately, for one reason or another, I am not able to showcase any of my very recent work on my portfolio.

In between working on these top secret projects however, I have had a new design for the JAH Web Development website on the back burner for some time now. Yesterday, I spent a considerable amount of time testing and fine-tuning the new design and I am pleased to announce that it is now officially live.

If you can't remember what the old design looked like, take a look at the screenshots below. The main changes include:
  • A new banner and minor changes to the logo colour/font
  • An iPhone/iPad friendly rotating slideshow of portfolio items within the banner
  • A brighter colour scheme, with a lighter background to aid readability
  • A new, more approachable, layout for the home page, with more images to break up the text
  • More emphasis on social media channels with large icons and latest tweets in the sidebar
  • Links to independent reviews on FreeIndex and LinkedIn
  • Removal of various old portfolio items
  • Seamless integration of this very blog

Overall, I am very pleased with the new look and feel and hope you like it to. Feel free to get in touch if you have any comments or suggestions - I'd love to hear from you!


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