I can’t stop tweaking stuff. Just in my nature I guess. Uploaded a dozen new headers into a random selection, expanded some articles, added new blog post categories, etc.
A couple pots of green tea is pretty potent stuff.
I’ve combed over most of the details, added more content to be more betterer.
What I’ve done recently is that:
- I’ve altered the front page.
- Added a section on pine tar soap & hatchets.
- Divided up the audio in the interview section for easier access.
- Added information on how the project will proceed into LMW2 (if it’s selected).
- Added information on my own bike, as a primer to how the story starts.
- Adjusted menu flow and other things.
- Scattered some new pictures of stuff around.
Hopefully I’m not missing anything crucial now.
FINALLY got around to writing up this hybrid of commentary and photo-essay.
Available in the menus above, or just click here.
Here’s my project pitch video, in all its selectable 1080p glory (also not to spec, but that’s another subject ahaha).
Technically it’s supposed to include an interview audio clip, but I didn’t do that. I cut it at the last moment since it was intrusive to the pacing, the audio continuity, and generally disruptive to the flow as the audio cuts in and the whole video does a sudden shift to accommodate that.
I really didn’t like it. I felt it deeply impacted the momentum of the video and made it weaker, just to fill a bullet point on a list.
Whether or not that will impact my grade is not up to me to decide, but for better or worse, I think it works better for Rivendell Bicycle Works, if not me.
Added an article that goes into a bit of what went into my purchase of a bike from Rivendell Bicycle Works. I could rant forever on that I think, but this is just a few thoughts.
I just got a massive load of images and video clips off my camera and have been busy sorting and tweaking it for my final project. Hopefully I’ll get around to adding more content to the site and revamping some parts as it needs it.
Got quite a bit of video snippets. Need to redo storyboard and narration. Ugh.