Category Archives: website

Why I killed ComicPress on my site

Or: How to build a webcomic with using ComicPress Note: Just to be upfront here, I used ComicPress for three years as the backbone of my On the Verge website. But the more I thought about it, I didn’t really … Continue reading

A closer look: the website update

As I mentioned yesterday, pretty much since the last version of this site went live, it was out-of-date. Now I know that this is the nature of websites in general, but I just found that no matter how much I … Continue reading

under destruction

I mentioned in yesterday’s post that the On the Verge website would start to be updated over the course of the week. Anyway, for anyone stopping by for the first time, I just wanted to throw up a quick post … Continue reading

Embracing your digital self

As part of my day job, I was fortunate enough to attend this year’s Design Thinkers conference in Toronto at the start of November put on by RGD Ontario (you may have seen my stream of posts through my Twitter … Continue reading

update 2 deployed

If you haven’t been back to the site in a bit, you’ll notice the new look that went live yesterday. If you came through the front door, you might have also noticed that the blog isn’t the first thing that … Continue reading

lesson learned…a failed experiment

For anyone following along on a regular basis, you’ll notice that the website update from two weeks ago is gone. What happened? Well, it’s a bit of a long story. I started working on the website redesign way back in … Continue reading

A fancy new website

I’ve been working on updating this website for several months in between all the other things that are on the go. The only thing that was holding me up was actually getting what I keep referring to as the “title … Continue reading

deep, silent thoughts

A late in the day post again. Things have been super busy the past couple of weeks, but hopefully I can get back to my preferred morning post soon. About today’s panel I swear there’s going to be some copy … Continue reading

getting a page online

Great I’ve finally got some artwork to post! Now how do I do that? Let me give you a basic walk-through of how I post a page to the web from inDesign. There is a lot of things to do … Continue reading

setting up an archive page

In my recent post about website design I mentioned that I wanted to include an archive page as a convenient way to find the exact page that you’re looking for. With this in mind, I sat down to create this … Continue reading