We’ve launched a redesigned version of acpinfo.org, and we hope you’ll like it! The site should now be easily viewable on your phone, tablet, or desktop. The design is “responsive” and changes based on whichever device you’re using.
A few quick items:
- A big thank you to John E. Ramspott, who’s photographed so many art events over the last few years for Burnaway. John (& Burnaway) have licensed their images with Creative Commons via the Burnaway flickr account, and we were able to highlight John’s work in the redesign. A wide-detail of an image of John’s from the Laurel Nakadate exhibition at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center during last year’s festival graces the home page. Thank you, John!
- If you’re looking to create a “responsive” site that will look good on all devices, you might want to look into Bootstrap, a framework for front-end development created by two engineers at twitter.
- Alongside John’s images, the redesign was created with help and advice from ACP’s advisors and Executive Board; three html editors, including Coda, MacRabbit’s Espresso & Taco HTML; Lukasz Holeczek’s theme from wrapbootstrap; Adobe Lightroom & Acorn; and two new great tools for building your pages locally, Anvil and Hammer.
- We’ll be migrating this design over to the Festival Guide site soon, to reflect this year’s programming.
- As always, the site will look best in Chrome, Safari, or Firefox. It should look ok in a current version of Internet Explorer, there may be issues with legacy versions of IE.
- The site’s design will change and refresh over time, and if you have any tips, bugs, questions, or complaints, please let us know!
This is how acpinfo.org should look on your phone!