Brand New Professional Website

So I’ve had my WordPress website for about a year now and it’s been good to me. But for a professional site it is just way too cluttered to understand. Your eyes don’t flow in any direction, they just arrive on the page and have to make their own way around. My new site is hopefully a lot more simple and guides the views eyes around the page.

  1. You arrive on the homepage and the first thing you see is a big video box called SHOWREEL 2011.
  2. You look up at the pictures above and then at the contact card beside, which reminds you of my business card I gave to you earlier.
  3. You click play on the video.
  4. You scroll down to the bottom where you see a picture of me and an “About Me” section.
  5. You read the “About Me” section and then see the link for “Click to view CV”.
  6. You click it!
  7. You see my CV, but also see the “Featured Video” but decide not to click it.
  8. You read the first paragraph of my CV.
  9. You read the second paragraph of my CV, “I have my own Canon 550D which I have had now for over a year and have shot a number of films using it, including Beautiful Illusion which you can view above.” …so you decide to click play on the “Featured Video”.
  10. You then read the third paragraph of my CV.
  11. You then look at the “Credits List” and like that you have the option to click and view any of the films.
I do however still enjoy blogging so have decided to keep this blog open, and change it from my professional blog to a personal one. And I will have an upcoming post on the Downton Abbey Soundtrack Rerelease.

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