Alt.Seattle is almost ready for its public debut. Fortunately, the site itself doesn’t require much function beyond being pretty and able to present the stories in a readable manner. It accomplishes those functions. Continue reading
While my Google+ account is regrettably necessary, I’m still finding that I don’t really like it. It feels redundant: just one more place to become meaninglessly overexposed. My distaste for it aside, it is a marketing tool the way we’re approaching it, and redundant exposure is part of the strategy.
After adding a few friends and poking around to find some interesting communities to pay attention to, I settled on these three to start me off. Continue reading
I really don’t plan on using photos that I haven’t taken myself. But just in case building on someone else’s works turns out to be the best way to illustrate a setting description, I found these three accounts to follow.
The blog portion of my site is going to be the largest and most visible part. Every piece will appear there first as the daily post, before being archived elsewhere on the site for later reading. I haven’t yet decided how many posts should be visible at a time. I do know that it will be no more than seven, to delineate each week of story.
I’m planning for my site to house linked short stories, which an audience might ideally read over breakfast, on their lunch break, etc. I also have little to no budget to work with, given these factors my only two requirements in a theme were:
- Responsive Design