bohemestudio evolution (IV)
On November 2013 I launched bohemestudio 3.5. It wasn’t a whole new design for the website but it was a huge change at a technical level.
The gallery navigation menu was one of the visual changes in this release . A minimal menu with just icons was included in both desktop and responsive versions.
One of my targets was also to try making my visitors more active on social networks. So, I added a “share this” functionality to make it much easier to share my content on the main social networks.
After 3 years online, more than 250 pictures were available on different galleries. My professional portfolio was also a lot bigger than the years before and I wanted to highlight that content. But, unfortunately the wordpress theme I was using was causing me too much trouble to create new posts about UX, Graphic design and Front-end stuff. To include a blog section was basically to build another website or just to start another wordpress theme almost from scratch.
When I checked the statistics of the website I realized that these galleries with my professional stuff were almost invisible to my visitors. A big change was coming!