A fresh website for West Seattle’s Twilight Artist Collective.
Months in the making, the new WordPress site features three custom navigation menus and six custom page templates – including a dynamic gallery of local artist offerings, from accessories and clothing to fine art and jewelry. The new site also integrates a WordPress blog (previously hosted by Blogger). A self-hosted blog is one of the best ways to improve your search engine optimization. Continue reading “Fresh Sites for Fresh Goods”
WordPress Development: Scott Marlow | Marketing by Marlow Design: Kelly Jean Davis | Farm Girl Works Technical Advising: Randy Steiger | Conflare Photography: Laura Joyce-Hubbard | Mother Goose Photography and Claire Barnett Consulting: Karrie Kohlhaas | Thoughtshot Consulting
Q: What’s faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? A: Twilight Artist Collective’s new website!
The new TwilightArt.net, featuring local Seattle artists, loads 63% faster than its predecessor. Using Cascading Style Sheets, images per page were reduced 91%, from 23 to 2; and page size was decreased from 143Kb to 60Kb. Not only does this improve page load time from 33.5 seconds to 12.5 seconds (56k modem) – it facilitates site maintenance for the community of artists selling their local handmade art goods.
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