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By 2020-04-254月 29th, 2020No Comments





In March, I was able to redesign my website, which I had long wanted to do. It’s something I’ve been concerned about for years, and I’ve never been able to get my hands on it. I started to work on it at the end of last year, remembering the knowledge of html and the web that I had forgotten, while struggling with WordPress.
The transition has not yet been fully completed, but since it is in shape somehow, I released it ahead of time. Right now, I’m moving the content around a little at a time.

There are three reasons why it’s new.
The first is to make it easy to view from a smartphone. Nowadays, 60% to 70% of people look at the Internet from their smartphones. We did this by incorporating a menu for smartphones and enlarging the images.
Secondly, I wanted it to be a portfolio site. I’ve done a lot of paintings, and I’ve been involved in a lot of work. To convey the style of the work in a way that is easy to understand to first-time visitors.
Thirdly, we made it possible for people outside of Japan to enjoy the event. By using English, I wanted to make it easy for people who cannot read Japanese to enjoy this site.

The above three points have not yet been achieved, but I will try to improve them little by little.

When they are finished, there are some discoveries that make me glad I made them.
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and other social networking services can help me make new connections, gain new customers, and create fun exchanges, which is valuable in its own right. I had my hands full with updating the SNS, and the management of the website had been neglected. Now I feel relieved that I have a home and a place to stay. And I’m going to cherish this place. Let’s change our mindset in the direction of transmitting various SNS with the home as the axis.