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10 Sandvox sites tagged “poetry”

Rasma's Bookshelf

Rasma's Bookshelf

“I wanted something clean and simple, that allowed me to use the signature photo of my old website, my bookshelf. Whereas my old site had hyperlinks on all the books and doodads in the photo, I looked for a design that would allow me to do this. Alas, that was not possible, but I was able to avoid...” — Rasma Haidri

The Water Vase

The Water Vase

“Classy, simple, black-on-white or vice versa always offers the highest readability because of maximal contrast.” — Gabriel Fenteany

Enjoy Tanka!

Enjoy Tanka!

“While constructing my new website with Sandvox, I closed my old site. Of course, members were checking the site and wondering what happened to the site, I guess. When I sent them an email about my new site, everyone loved the new site, saying it's easy to follow, has a beautiful design, and is...” — Kozue Uzawa

Offering

Offering

“This a site to offer up some works by Ken Stange, free to read and share in accordance with the Creative Commons principles.” — Ken Stange

The Marvelous Site

The Marvelous Site

“I chose this design because it is neat and clean but not clinical. It is a design that inspires creativity. It also has a slight Japanese feel to it, and ancient Japanese poetry was the inspiration for the book reviewaka creation.” — Diana L. Armentor

Dannie Abse

Dannie Abse

“The design was chosen because of its simplicity and clarity. The website does not have a huge amount of content, but the content that is there needs to be clear and legible. The audience of the site would expect a serious, focussed site - and this design helps achieve that.” — Jesse Abse

Anne Brooke

Anne Brooke

“Since my new Sandvox website was published, I have had several readers of my work contact me to say how much they loved the new improved look. Thank you, Sandvox!” — Anne Brooke

Fernwood Writers Workshops

Fernwood Writers Workshops

“My current Sandvox design has colours that match my emblem photograph: a fern and a piece of driftwood.” — Karen Lee Pickett