Get “same less waste” . . . . like “same great taste”? . . . .
You may have noticed that we have a bit of a new look around here. It’s all thanks to Hop Studios, web designers extraordinaire, and we owe them a big thank you. Thanks guys!
They whipped up a new header image that is more like the documentary we’re making, revamped the navigation bar, and pushed us to get on twitter (check out that sweet sidebar link). You may also notice that our site is now being hosted at cleanbinproject.com (mm hmm, we’re going upscale now).
Before you get all up in arms, I just want to say that I know it’s a little shocking to come to a familiar site and not be greeted by the familiar imagery. I myself was a little shocked when My Zero Waste had their make-over, so I know how you might feel, but after a couple visits I started thinking that it was actually quite nice.
That said, we welcome your feedback. We’re not done our makeover yet, so if there is a feature you’d love to see, let us know (we have all powerful CSS control now).
4 responses to “Day 354: New Look, Same Less Waste”
Love it, love it, love it. You’re makeover looks fab Jen. I really like the way the grey bin is highlighted in the header.
NOW I know why people were taken aback when they arrived at MZW and I’m like ‘what is all the fuss about; it looks *great* but of course I’d been working behind the scenes for a month and had got used to it!
So now I’ve gotten over arriving in the wrong house, your header is going to be a style that grows on me. It’s like it makes a really powerful statement and I need to sit with it and figure out what the message is for me…
Love the navigation bar and it’s great to see you on twitter 🙂
Good luck with all the changes; it’s fun to change the site and add splashes of creativity here and there!
Ah Mrs. Green. You are so diplomatic. You don’t have to be nice. If you don’t like the header image, then out with it. Let me know in a week or so if it has grown on you or not. I want the truth!
Congratulations all of you. I am proud of your dedication to the clean bin project.
Good for you Jen for keeping up with the blog.