Among the numerous resources available online, some of the more useful offerings focus on providing inspiration; a great example is Chris Spooner’s Line 25 Sites of the Week, which focuses on frontend web design. It’s difficult to imagine functioning without these sorts of resources and although I need a new project like I need a hole in the head, that isn’t an excuse to shirk responsibility and if there’s something of value to offer, then it is time to step up.
Starting today, I’m launching a new series of articles hosted at the Venture Platform sales site dedicated to providing insight and inspiration for those involved with arts org and artist web design and programming. Simply put, Venture users, across a variety of budget sizes, do some genuinely amazing things with their site and this series is designed to highlight those efforts while simultaneously providing some inspiration to not only other Venture users but all arts organizations.
After all, when the field as a whole does better, we all benefit.
The inaugural post focuses on customized event filtering functionality designed for Venture user Town Hall Seattle. We’ll talk about when it makes sense to use this sort of functionality along with crucial considerations (both UX and programming) to keep in mind when walking down that road. Future articles will be released (more or less depending on workload) on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays.Series Index RSS Feed Inaugural Article – Custom Event Filtering @ TownHallSeattle.org