testing, testing . . .

Now that this site has most of its moving parts, it is time to give it the real test—with some diligent visitors who have graciously agreed to check it out and give us their feedback. Thank you in advance to Courtney Cunningham, Darcie Fohrman, Barbara Henry, Erin's friend Mallory, Wendy Pollock, and Beverly Serrell. We're looking forward to hearing from you about your experience, and how we can improve the affordances and design to make the site even more user-friendly.

And I'd like to personally thank the other two co-developers who make up the "we" in this design group: site architect and builder Ted Koterwas of 3rd Rail Interactive, and information architect, librarian, and editor Erin Wilson. Without you guys, this would never have happened. 


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Beautiful design - elegant, simple, reflective of your values and aesthetics. And everything seems to be working. Well done.

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This is a charming website and I am happy to have been included in the evaluation process. Good luck!


The site has a blog, and I'm still thinking about what I'll put in
it. Let me know if you have any ideas. Here we go . . .K

Hi Kathy,

One way you can keep your new web site up to date would be to use the blog section to post comments and announcements about your current activities. This would be an efficient way to post updates, it also allows viewers to make comments, and since blogs are searchable your users could use the search feature to locate a specific topic they may be interested in. --Roger