New Site Design Coming in 2010

Howdy folks. Hope everyone is having a great holiday season. As you’ve noticed, I haven’t posted much in the last week and won’t resume until next week. Just enjoying this time off with the family.

Anyway, I just briefly want to mention that I’ll be launching a revamped site in about a week or so. I’m pretty happy with it and I think you’ll like it a lot. Emil Olsson of TypeNeu is doing all the coding and he’s implemented some awesome functionality. I’ll let you all know right before I switch over to the new design because the site will have to be done for a little while.

Also, if you look in the header, on the right, you’ll notice a small ad. AisleOne is now part of the Fusion Ad Network. It’s a great network that caters to designers, developers, publishers and creative professionals. The ads are small and for the most part well-designed and unobtrusive. I’ve always struggled with displaying ads on the site, I’ve been approached by many companies in the past, but this is the first time that I feel comfortable doing it. The network is great and this is an easy way to pay for the site hosting and other site related costs. I’d love to know what you think about the new ads since your opinions matter most to me.

This version of the site won’t be up for long so I plopped the ads at the top, but in the new site design I’ve placed them in a much better space that isn’t so distracting.

Well, that’s it for now. I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year! I’ll be back on Monday. Peace.        

5 thoughts on “New Site Design Coming in 2010

  1. I think I approached Fusion Ads not long ago, asking if they’d accept me into the network. Alas, I wasn’t appropriate enough. So my view is not to worry about it at all. Fusion Ads, and The Deck, are the two I contacted.

    As it stands, I only show one advertiser on Logo Design Love — one I dealt with personally, and therefore recoup 100% of the ad spend.

    Looking forward to the new site launch, Antonio. I often think about refreshing my own.

  2. Great news! I’m sure it will be awesome.

    But in the meantime I have a suggestion for you. Your actual site is a wonder. You made something really great out of HemingwayEX.
    This should not die.
    I’d suggest you close everything but still make it available in some place of your new site as a depository of your older “skin”…
    I’m not sure if this is easy to do in WordPress but I think you should study this possibility as great designs should never die!

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