Posts Tagged ‘web design’

The New Design

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

You may have noticed things in the design gradually changing around here over the past couple of weeks.

The design itself is now finished. Unfortunately though, since I’ve widened the main content section a fair bit, it’s put some of the individual posts out, such as images behind code sections. Actually, mainly images behind code sections. I’ve gone through and cleaned up all of the ones I’ve found so far. If you happen across any that are still out, it would be greatly appreciated if you could leave a comment on the post to let me know.

Something new I have incorporated with this theme is my Twitter stream, running down the bottom right of the page. I’ve had it running on my other blog, Still as Life, for a while now, figured it’s about time to put it it on here too. My tweets are more web design oriented than computational arts, and even more so just what I’m up to in general. So when I am working on something, I’ll usually be tweeting about it, be it web design, computational arts or something else. Follow me if you are on Twitter and want to keep up to date on what I’m doing and my latest projects.

The background image I have used is a still from the output of one of my recent Quartz Composer audio visualisations. I’ll be putting it up here when I get a chance, along with a couple of variations on it.

Have a great one!

KKB210: Computational Arts 1 – The Blog Portfolio

Sunday, March 30th, 2008

As part of the first tutorial for KKB210: Computational Arts 1, we were required to setup a WordPress based blog to use as a portfolio of our work throughout the semester.

Of course, we are allowed to use any blogging platform on any server that we choose, such as Blogger or WordPress.com, however we are provided with access to a MySQL database and web server to setup WordPress on and that is the recommended option since it provides all the functionality we need that the hosted solutions at Blogger and WordPress.com either don’t provide, or don’t provide as easily.

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