Web Design: Part I (My own)

Following on from the last post, or as you may be reading them, the next post, photographers seem to end up with the boring end of the creative deal. I understand that my photographs need to stand out and make an impression, but I personally feel that my work doesn’t sit well on a bright white background. This is why my website is a little different from most photography websites, just because I’m a photographer doesn’t mean I’m going to have a website that doesn’t show off my skills, I can use dreamweaver with a small amount of skill, I’ve made a website.

I have kept everything other than my photographs greyscale because this way it still has an element of excitement. I’ve also used my handwriting to make the headers/titles/covers because I think that it gives the website a warmer feeling.

This is the top left hand side of my homepage, I’m going to change the homepage every couple of months to keep the people interested, I also want it to be an image that interests people and the colours in this image are for me quite striking against the grey background.

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This is from my portfolio page again I have used my handwriting here which I think helps the work, which is a part me, stay close to me and not become some obscurity on the internet.

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I have also assisted in the building of a website for my degree show I will talk about that briefly at a later date.

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