Does the website look a little different? Well, it should. I just changed pretty much everything about it except the articles!
Why the change? Originally, when I switched from Blogger to my self-hosted WordPress site, I wanted to keep the design similar enough that the very few people who read my blog then would not be confused when they were redirected to the new site. But it’s been about a month and a half, and after visiting my site so many times in that month and a half, I decided it was a little bright.
I love orange and green–they’re my favorite colors–but I think I overdid it a bit. So, with the new design, I wanted to make it a little cozier, with some cooler colors. I kept the green, but I added a new sky blue and some neutral tones as well as some pretty scenery from my home-state, Colorado. Go Rams. :) I also tried to narrow down the enormous number of fonts I was using.
The layout has also changed, but pretty much everything is still there–it just might be in a different spot. (Coming soon: As soon as Twitter opens up the profile banner to more people, I plan to update my Twitter account to accommodate the new Twitter layout–can’t come soon enough!)
Also, I hope you noticed my new logo–a little bird perched on a pencil! I think he’s sweet, and I shall call him Thaddeus. Just kidding. Sort of. It’s actually a white-throated sparrow. The sparrow is one of my favorite birds. I always loved how social and friendly they seemed compared to the robins and grackles, etc. who visited our backyard. And, in light of my current writing project, I think this little guy is gonna be big. (Hint, hint :) Bonus: There’s also a Stephen King reference in that paragraph if you were paying attention, Constant Readers…)
A thousand thank-yous to Green Dot Web for help with the design. I came up with the layout and color scheme, etc. on my own, but without her help, I couldn’t have customized WordPress as well and it wouldn’t have turned out quite the way I wanted it to.
Let me know what you think! I love it, and I hope you do too.
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