I had two nice project surprises yesterday: Alan sent me the flat-proofs for the Peripheral Vision micro website and Liam Norcott popped in to say ‘hello’.
I’d asked Axis to design a micro site that would sit inside the weacreative.org.uk site and enable us to showcase the prospective learners’ work and tell people about the courses. Well, they’ve done just that. It’s early days but it looks lovely. When it’s finished each learner will be able to have their own little area on the website to tell the world about their creativity, views and ideas. Not sure how it works – I leave all that to the designers.
How nice of Liam Norcott to pop in to the office to say ‘hello’. Liam enrolled on various courses during the Just the Ticket project and produced some wonderful creative writing and little videos. He wants to enrol on one of WEA’s Egyptology courses starting later this month. We chatted about all sorts of things including this blog, which gave Liam the idea for a course on how to write and edit blogs. So, this could be the very first Peripheral Vision course: My Big Fat Blog. Watch this space…