Building a Brand with InDesign, WordPress, and a Plan.
Angie Lokotz has been publishing to paper for over 25 years. That is about to change.This site is meant to be a storefront for people to contact me as well as a forum for my thoughts on publishing. I also envision this as a gateway to offer help to those in the South Sound who have a story to tell, but may not know how to put it together and get it distributed. It is a work in progress and is not yet ready to be unveiled, but the bones are there.
I tried to implement the suggestions from the class feedback: The Resources post has moved to its own page. The Resume (About Me) page needs some tweaking, and I need to put up a Samples page with examples of my work and a client list.
By the time the program ends in June, I plan to have a couple of ebook samples up and ready for viewing as well as some of the printed work that I have contributed to. My project page is still useful for me as a reference.
The theme needs work, but I have viewed it on web, phone, and iPad and it looks good on all three, so as far as responsive design goes, I do like what this one does. I am thinking of having a static front page so that it looks more like a destination page. I will also be linking to other sites which can offer services such as photography and design. These things can be fixed, but right now I need to find the time to write. I hope to have at least one post per week.