In case you haven’t noticed we have a new logo, look-and-feel and website structure. We launched the new site about a week ago and the logo has been in use now for the about a month. Not to fear, all of your favorites are still available… they are just more fancy now, which in turn will of course make the writing seem so much more eloquent.
I invite you to take a look around the site and re-familiarize yourself with it. Here are some new things to look for:
- The home page isn’t the main blog page anymore. The landing page is now a hub for all content relevant to our goal of documenting and chronicling life with two boys with GI and vision complications. The blog is more important than ever and is featured front and center on the home page.
- Our menu has fancy new names for the categories, like “Gulp” for GI and feeding and “Glimpse” for issues relating to vision. We spent hours in branding brainstorming sessions on these. (Yes some may have been over a glass of wine.)
- The “Focus” page now includes a growing photo gallery.
- The “Create” section is where you will find future updates on the first book I am writing about managing GI health issues in children. Check back here
periodically for more information.
- Also, photos have been added to each of the “Discover” pages.
I hope you love our new color scheme and masthead as much as we do. It was a lot of hard work to get here, but we are very pleased with the result and hope it translates into a better experience for you. I am excited about the new direction and appreciate your continued interest in our journey.