A Fresh Look for 2015

Continuing with my goals for the new year, I am excited to debut a complete overhaul of my personal website. Because my focus in content creation has matured in recent months, I feel like such a change is necessary. So, what exactly is different?

First and foremost, the overall design is all new and better than ever. I am now using the Hayden template, which I highly recommend if you are looking to give Squarespace a try. As always, you're welcome to use my link for a 14-day free trial.

The biggest change that you'll notice right away is how much information I am displaying on the homepage. This includes a breakdown of the content I've created over the years, an easy-to-use signup form for my email newsletter, and a brief overview of my latest projects — including links to my Udemy courses.

Discovering my content and learning more about me is what I'm going for with this redesign, and that especially shows from a business perspective. Exploring the website, you'll find that I am making it easier for interested brands to connect with me. This is achieved through a refined Sponsorship Application page, with additional ideas being explored over time.

This website redesign is also introducing a heavier focus on my Patreon campaign, which has been doing quite well since launch. However, it's time to kick things up a notch — and in a big way. As of today, I am excited to announce that I will be providing exclusive vlogs that are accessibly by patrons only.

This newest perk is sure to generate some interest, and I can't wait to see what it does for my content. Additional details will be discussed in my next Patreon Update, which is usually published on the 15th of every month.

There is still so much more to say regarding my website's latest changes, which is why I encourage you to have a look around and experience it for yourself. As always, your feedback is important to me, so don't hesitate to send me a message. 2015 is just getting started, so let's make it an awesome and productive year!

David Di Franco

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