About a decade ago, we moved our website from an attractive but difficult to maintain platform. The new one allowed us to accept registrations for classes, process payments for memberships and donations, and keep the calendar of upcoming events current. That site served us reasonably well for years, but this past year visitors using Chrome found they could not access the site. In addition, technology had moved on to bigger and better things.
Now with the help of Al Sessions, a local web developer, we’ve been able to move to a much more responsive, easier to navigate, and still lovely site on a new platform. The new site takes advantage of the current best practices for usability, as well as allowing us some neat bells and whistles we didn’t have access to on the other platform.
We think the new site is a huge improvement, and we hope you will, too. We invite your input — do you like it? Are there things you think could still be improved? Let us know by contacting us at email@example.com.
Al Sessions is a Schenectady-based web developer always looking for challenging new projects. A portfolio website of his work and his contact information can be viewed at https://owlenterprisesllc.com.
Volume 40 , Number 2