I started again with the documents I lost. I started with my organisation plan and I drafted up a new logo. Well until I get my designer to design a new one 🙂
Take a look I’d like people to let me know what they think. The more constructive feedback the better!
The Mouse is kind of small and messy. I’ll get my designer to fix that. I’ve investigated what solution to open the site with and set up a “Coming soon!” landing page.
I’m quite interested in using drupal. Mainly because I’ve used Joomla! for a number of years now and it’s good to diversify. Theming for drupal seems a little more confusing. Drupal 7 (not released) has easier working interface. One of the first things I didn’t notice when first playing around with drupal, was the fact the backend and the frontend are basically the same. This is quite new to me but quite a good thing. The backend of Joomla! people often don’t theme so it stays the same. The default format becomes boring after a few years believe me 🙂
The drupal community pointed out that it’s pretty ideal to use the package. I love the drupal icon… pretty random I know! 😀
I really am passionate about this project though, and I’m really looking forward to helping people with their computer problems.
TechMouse will need staff. TechMouse is a voluntary organisation and all contributions are done out of passion. If someone should join the team they will be able to add their activity to their CV/Resume and your employer can contact me (notify me first).
I’ll speak more about what the site will feature in the future. Someone asked me about Ferrari Fans this week. To clear that up, I’m still awaiting a response from Ferrari’s copyright and domain infringement agent.
If you want to help out and find out more about contributing click here. I really need to get round to completing my MCDST certification study. If anyone has done that before please let me know how you found the exam.
and…. I’ll probably be really frustrated about something else next time I write….. 😀