David K. Aycock used Sandvox to build this website. He chose the “Outside the Lines Green” design for the site. People may want to visit the site if they are looking for Stories & Poetry by David K. Aycock.
Sandvox features used for this site:Other Objects
Describe your website.
This is an offering of wordly goods, stories, and poetry that I have written. These stories include a fairy tale called Princess Claire, who turns out not to be a princess at all, and the "prince" who charmed her; a thoughtful story about crusty old fellow who finds his own soft spot; an adventure in rainbow fishing; a tale recounting the origin of Barnabas Greycloak of Winterwood; the story of a fatal fortune; and a collection of humorous, grisly, and efficacious poetry.
Who is the target audience for your website?
Quality writing seeks quality readers.
Tell us a story about this website.
From sand box to Sandvox, the chance to exercise a little creativity is always welcome. All the www.world is now indeed a stage, and I another player.
Why did you use this Sandvox design?
Stories & Poetry is just that, my stories and poetry. I'm not a flashy guy, and respond most positively to things I perceive as substantive. The design I chose from the templates included in Sandvox's offering seemed to fit my content and intent. I like the rich green borders and mellow buff background. My choice of the Papyrus font works well, providing a lush and imaginative texture for my wordly goods.
What techniques did you use to build this website?
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.