Just a little over a month ago I wrote a blog announcing my undertaking of a voluntary website redesign for the Topeka Habitat for Humanity website. So if you’re wondering what’s been keeping me busy, it’s been this site. I’ve been working on it rather steadily for the last week getting a lot of productivity done. I was recently given a heads up about the upcoming Home Show at the Kansas Expocentre so it was clear we needed to get it online very quickly. Fortunately, we are already very near completion, and have set the official live date for TODAY!
The new website, to be located at www.topekabahitat.org, may not be online just yet, but here’s a screen shot for you to look at and salivate over until the real thing is put online sometime later today.
The photo gallery is still a work in progress and is not online yet but will be soon. We plan to have an interactive map (hopefully I’ll be able to get the Google Maps API under my belt to achieve this) and use it as an index of previous and current builds, linking to a home page of sorts for individual houses. Again, a work in progress, we’re kickin ideas around.
Ok… now back to my book about Python…
Saturday, February 23rd, 2008