Our web design class is going by so fast, we are already halfway through and just beginning to get to the best part - learning how to design our web pages so that we will not be the "bad and "ugly" part of the "good the bad and the ugly" web pages we just read about.
I'm sitting here wondering if I have any really good ideas to use to create my web pages. At first I thought maybe I could redesign our long neglected church website, maybe add information about the youth mission trip my son just returned from on Friday night. But then how interesting and exciting is religion to the secular public these days. I also thought about creating a website for my son and his new skateboard friends. The topic seems a little more exciting but I really don't know too much about skating so I'm not sure what content would be important to the reader or how I would organize it. So anyone could see I would not be an authority on the subject. But maybe if I keep it simple it might work. I also thought about creating the website for the marketing course I am currently taking. The web site would be all about scrapple and the 2 new scrapple products our group intends to develop and launch as part of our marketing plan. I could organize it by topics such as 1) Company name and history 2) Traditonal products that we offer and the 2 new products we intend to launch to increase market share. 3)distribution sites/locations 4)internet ordering options 5) miscelleanous items such as recipes and scrapple event dates like the scrapple festival in Dover Delaware in Oct. I think I'll go with a scrapple site - but to tell the truth scrapple in it self is ugly - hopefully my design won't be.