After working on new marketing materials for months now I have a new logo (visible at the top of this blog), new website and blog, new business cards and stationary – basically a whole new unified look for Michael Clark Photography. The new website is a faster version of the old website with images that are much larger and load even faster than the smaller images on my old website. After four years with the old look it was time for a change.
Of course I still held onto the understated and clean look of my old website. For the website, I used a template offered by Rob Haggart’s company aphotofolio.com after looking at several of his websites on a 30-inch monitor and wondering how the images could be so huge and load so quickly. One of the other features of the new website is the “Fullscreen” option which is awesome (for lack of a better word). You can find this in the lower left corner of the website. It will basically fill up your entire screen with the website and you can turn it on and off at any time. Surprisingly, even though it is a Flash based website, all of the text carried over quite well and there is an html site running in the background that shows up on iPhones and on any other non-Flash compliant devices.
Below are several screenshots of the new website. And of course if you are here then you are already looking at the new blog. Instead of looking at these tiny screenshots, I invite you to check out the website itself at www.michaelclarkphoto.com.