Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Season's Greetings and a Website Revamp

The title says it all. Check out the new website.


www.JSinquett.com
jaclyn@jsinquett.com
908-783-7876

10 comments:

Murderous T Stabwell said...

god damn, jaclyn! this is beautiful as ever. no one draws muzzles quite like you

anthony pedro said...

yes right indeed, like the site, winter wolf and the wilco poster especially, sleek site.

Alan said...

so beautiful. I love that wolfy's face! The line work is just exquisite.

Jaclyn Sinquett said...

Thanks guys!! I have to say that I really like drawing muzzles. haha.

pw! said...

Hey Jaclyn,
i have been a huge fan of your work since i saw your joker piece last april. i think your line work and concepts and style are really wonderful.

one small thing i was wondering is, maybe the navigation could be a hair easier for people (like art directors) to go through. for instance, i think the work you have selected and pared down is perfect, and pop-ups aren't a bad idea, but maybe instead of constantly having to close and open through 20+ gorgeous pieces, there is an option to have one window open up, and navigate WITHIN that window and move through the pieces.

i think this is a very subjective topic/opinion, and actually i was wondering what everyone thought about ideal/optimal website navigation and organization. i think your content is organized perfectly, and my finger is almost permanently fixed on "apple+W" (so it doesn't bother me in the slightest), but i just was curious what folks thought (as i am always also stressing about how to present my own website)

finally, if they ever make monster coasters, or you make a print of "conflict", i want it

Jaclyn Sinquett said...

Hey PW, Thanks for the awesome comment.

I've been getting a lot of similar suggestions, so I think it's probably a good idea to open up an option to navigate through the gallery easier. I've also been looking into different ways to present each piece, rather than a pop up. My concern is that people will have pop up blockers enabled on their PCs...

In the meantime I just needed to do some quick revamping and get something the heck up online. My old site was super student-y and casual. I'm hoping to send out a bunch of New Years mailers and I wanted to have a clean page to link people to.

So long story short, thank you so much for your input. I think you are definitely spot on about making things as easy as possible for ADs.

As for the print, if you'd really like one I'd be happy to make it happen! I've got a large format printer here in my bedroom (taking up too much space . . .) and would love an excuse to use it.

Jaclyn Sinquett said...

*Oh! especially if you want to do a tradesies.

Daniel Fishel said...

you can always use a image swap to swap the image on the side, and have it opt for the viewer to click on the thumb to enlarge the image.

Michele Melcher Illustration said...

My Gawd, I love your stuff!
:)

Michele Melcher Illustration said...

My Gawd, I love your stuff!
:)

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