Lately, I’ve been expressing many opinions about best practices for online media. It was high time that my website and resume reflect my latest ideas.
In creating a special content page about human resilience since the movie theater shooting, I learned a great deal about design tools and an equal amount about human courage.
Using some freeware libraries and a piece of software called “Tumult Hype,” I’ve been able to undertake some new projects recently that animate to allow users to explore content.
I’ve been working to modify a WordPress template specifically for use as an internal organization tool for newsrooms.
Inspired by the websites in my professional life and some other blogs that I visit, I decided a few weeks ago that it was time to update my old website. It hadn’t changed for nearly three years, and from the 10,000 foot view it was clear that it needed some work.
With a few months under my belt at KKTV, I’m pleased to say that it has been a great success. Here’s a sampling of some of my early projects.
In the news business, we have a lot of exciting (read: ridiculous) ways to say things. For example, who calls a fire a “blaze” besides Ron Burgundy?