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9 Sandvox sites tagged “story”

Family and Friends of Dakota Uprising Victims

Family and Friends of Dakota Uprising Victims

“We collect many stories from the descendants and put them as PDFs that viewers can read. We added many photographs of victims' families, tombstones, victims' claims, plus historical narratives on the causes of the war. The pages we chose allowed us to display this information.” — Joyce A. Kloncz

Parables in Pictures

Parables in Pictures

“I liked it's discrete colours, clean lines and overall simplicity. The illustrations that make up each story can be seen at a glance and the format frames them neatly.” — Sarah and Martyn Cunnington

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

Artist Colin King illustrator

Artist Colin King illustrator

“I used the simple drag and drop method for my images, which included a couple of simple animations, created in Photoshop.” — Mr. C. King

David K. Aycock

David K. Aycock

“I only used my own word and photos in my website. I have used clip art and non-original material in a previous incarnation of my site, but wanted this redesign to be all mine.” — David K. Aycock

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

Jonathan Schkade author site

Jonathan Schkade author site

“I tried to do a lot of crosslinking within the site to make it easier for users to find the information they want right when they want it.” — Jonathan Schkade

Sonant History - Your Story, in Your Voice

Sonant History - Your Story, in Your Voice

“My service is very personal, so I use examples from my family to illustrate the importance of capturing spoken stories. Sandvox makes it easy for me to update my audio messages and story samples.” — James Barkley

JP Chambers

JP Chambers

“I attended my high school reunion a couple of years ago and was taken by complete surprise when a few of my classmates made comments to me about my essays. I had no idea they were reading my site, but they had stumbled on it somehow and were now quoting my own words back to me!” — John Chambers