Website Updates

Now that Nuit Blanche is over and done with, I’ve been making some minor tweaks to the Take a Picture section of my website.

People are now sending us their pictures from the night, which is fantastic. we made enough of an impression that they are sending us their work days after the event. Thank you!
But they are having difficulty finding the links to the facebook fan page for the project, and are emailing the pictures directly to us. We don’t mind posting the images ourselves, but the process can be a bit of a pain in the ass for people. We should make it easier for them. Our facebook page does allow for fan uploads, but finding the page seems to be rather difficult.

So, I added a link to the main page. But then I thought, maybe people are having trouble because we dont have that ubiquitous “Link to the 'Take a picture' Facebook Fan Page” icon beside the link. So, I added it. I added the link to the contact page as well.

But now it looked like I was ignoring the other 3 social networking systems who were sharing the contact page with the facebook link. So I added in the icons for tumblr, twitter, and YouTube as well. After some kludgy formatting, I got the layout to look presentable. To be honest, I was quite happy with this addition.

This motivated me to add these logos to the contact page of my own website.

I also indented each entry in the CV section, so its easier to figure out what happened when. It’s amazing what a little formatting can do.

I’m also testing out a new plug-in for the blog. hopefully, if all goes according to plan, this will not appear on the front page.


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Kyle Clements

Kyle Clements is a Toronto-based artist and nerd. During his thesis at the Ontario College of Art and Design, Kyle began working on his Urban Landscapes series, a body of work that aims to capture the energy and excitement of life in the fast-paced urban environment. After graduating from OCAD in 2006, Kyle spent a year living in Asia to gather source material and experience in a different kind or urban environment. His work is vibrant and colourful. Whether painting the harsh Northern landscape, or capturing the overwhelming buzz of life in the city, his acrylic paintings hover between representation and abstraction.

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