Site Updates Archive
As you can see I have not posted much ever the last few days. I took the time to think about the blog going forward. I want to spate it into the different project Projects That I have been working on. You see I am going to now and after school continue to fight for Mental Health and Autism. I as an artist will fight for the little guy. I also will continue the talk about, creativity and how one can use it. The other content on the blog will carry on as well. I want to look at parts of being autistic that most people do not see and ideas that most people get wrong.
As you can see, I have changed the design of the website. I gave the text color a change and unified the placement of the title of the page.
Here is a sample image for an Aesthetic Assessment, I am working on to get a sense It will look at what people like in a photo. You will see the same photo edited many different ways. I will keep you updated on this as it is built.
I am very glad to say that Facebook has reinstated my website. It has been a harrowing journey. However, I got out on the other side. Here were are with acceptance of journalling experiences being on the autistic spectrum and the ability to move forward together.
1 There is a rearrangement of tabs. I Moved contact and help as well as site search to the navigation at the bottom of the site. The new login page has its own tab. The home tab has been renamed how to say Splash Page; there is a tab that says home in it that summarizes my website. The login page has its own tab now.
The splash page is all open to a page those talks about photography and my blog.
3. Login Beta page
The former password protected pages in now rebranded Login Beta. It is simplified and designed to look more like any other login system.
Thank you, Julie Mann, for all the work you did a vasoff.com. You were a great editor. I look forward to seeing where you go from here. Thank you again. Our new editor is Gregory Shanahan. He will be starting to edit when this post goes live.
I had this idea to talk about the process of taking you life experiences and world view and putting them into design. Whether you are an artist, entrepreneur, creative or any other person passionate about designing work that expresses you past and what you want your vision for the future to be. There is more than just learning the technique. You need to have a way of contacting the medium to your soul. I will take you though my process for do this as well as lessons I have learned from mental health issues on the matter and exercises you can do to connect you work with your journey. I will talk about how to hone your creatively. If style is selling you vision, you can build you technical choices around your vision.