I would have never guessed this was used in the context of a Christian website.
Bring the heat, baby. Bring the heat.
Finally getting a chance to give my personal blog a much needed facelift. I’m seeing this less as a fancy redesign than a shaky experiment in responsive web design. It’s my first attempt at a truly fluid layout, so I’m expecting this to be a slow and sloppy process.
Got the green light to launch this site. It’s a concept for a WordPress theme I developed that each of the 14 Foursquare district offices could use as a regional website to communicate and serve the pastors in their region.
I was really inspired by the GOOD website during the design process, but the back-end is what I’m proud of. I used some pretty sweet plugins for the calendar (The Event Calendar) and church locator (SimpleMap), but I added a lot of custom functions that make this theme very self-sustaining, such as a dynamic staff list that updates when new users are added, custom profile fields for Facebook and Twitter that feed to various areas of the site for each user, and ten color schemes that the district van choose from if they want a slightly different look than the other districts.
Phew. That was fun.
The graphic I’m working on for an email newsletter header. Since Campaign Monitor upgraded its editor and code tags, I’ve been thinking about how to use the new features to my advantage. I’m shooting to merge three templates into one. We’ll see how it goes.