Websites for artists, designers and craftspeople must visually embody their work.
Sites vary from a richly-illustrated online resume, an elaborate online brochure, a portfolio of previous work or e-commerce if they have a product that it is appropriate to sell online.
Often the site design is a collaboration with the artist.
Left: The rich textures of de Weever’s Wovens’ hand-loomed wool cloth grace their pages. The new photography is by excellent Nova Scotian photographer, Béatrice Schuler.
Right: Steven Slipp has designed a lot of the signage you see around Halifax, as well as museum exhibits and postage stamps.
Wee Giant Theatre (right) animates festivals, parades and special events with its giant puppets. It also offers workshops and co-creates grand outdoor performances for all ages and runs a summer art day camp for kids.
Writers have text, themes and ideas which should be brought to the screen in an appealing and appropriate way.
Travellers Joy (above middle) offers shamanic pilgrimage tours to ancient sacred sites in places such as Ireland, England and Mexico and is also developing “Sacred Nova Scotia” as a tourism destination.