* new design

Posted on April 24th, 2008 by maitreya. Filed under Random.


Time for a site update. I feel kind of sad to see the old design go, since Becket designed it with me. It’s been a long time coming, though. In the process of messing around with all my archive pages, etc, I noticed that craftlog hit the 5 year mark last week, and 1 million hits some time last month. That is crazy.

1. The font for the header is Ahnberg. I made the header and graph paper background myself.

2. I made a nifty iPhone icon for craftlog using the directions here and a free graphic from 123cursors (thanks, Google image search!) Obviously, it’s a little pair of scissors to match my favicon. I will be shocked if anyone else in the world has craftlog bookmarked on their iPhone, but it at least makes me happy. :)

3. Also added a few new things to my bloglines (including one devoted entirely to googly eyes).

4. My artists and shops page had a giant update, since I don’t think I’ve even looked at it for over a year. If you haven’t checked there in a while, I started a list of shops that I’ve bought from. Also, lots of new links for things like resin jewelry.

5. Finally, I don’t think I ever pointed out that I use a Creative Commons license for this whole site. That means that you are all welcome to take and repost my photos, replicate my projects, remix my ideas, whatever you want as long as you give attribution (a link is fine) and it’s noncommercial.

Next on the list is updating my craft library.



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craftlog is under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial license. That means that you are all welcome to take and repost my photos, replicate my projects, remix my ideas, whatever you want as long as you give attribution (a link is fine) and it's noncommercial. Thanks!