Eric Kerby: Photography, Web Design, Programming

Archive for May, 2008

On the way home

May 25th, 2008

Yet another year at RIT has come to an end.  After an adventurous time storing furniture in Rochester and loading my car to its brim, my Dad and I are on our way back home to Virginia.  Overall, my third year at RIT was an excellent one.  Now that summer is about to begin, I am ramping up for a 10 week experience working for the FBI.  In about a week, I will be moving again to Alexandria, VA.  From there I will be able to commute to FBI headquarters in DC and the FBI Laboratory in Quantico.  I am truly looking forward to this experience working for another goverment agency, which may eventually turn into a career.

I also have quite a few personal projects planned for the summer.  I want to make a couple of my web development projects publicly accessible, do some more remote work for NASA and the RIT Honors Program, experiment with all sorts of things on my Linux servers, and better develop my photo printing skills and choice of inkjet papers.

New Design is Live

May 12th, 2008

As promised, I have implemented a new design on epkphoto.com!  The home page is pretty much set for the time being, but many of the other pages have quirks that I will be ironing out over the next week or two.  Going from a totally dark, black layout to this new bright, white layout comes with a lot of changes, so I appreciate your patience as I fix everything.  Let me know what you think of the new look!

New site design coming soon

May 9th, 2008

In a couple spare hours recently, I have been working on a total makeover of the visual presentation of this website, epkphoto.com.  The new design is nearing completion, so I felt it may be a good idea to post this little warning before I make it live.  So, in the next few days, don't be surprised if you come to epkphoto.com and the site looks totally different.  This new design will include a white background, so that will likely be the most shocking aspect of the change.  Most of the content will be in the same places, so don't worry about me dropping any sections or radically moving around pages.  Think of this as a simple visual refresh :).