About Winking Falcon Productions
In my web pages, I avoid using content that can be distracting such as: scrolling text, sounds, busy backgrounds, popup windows, and large annoying animated images. I keep it simple whenever possible. Too many images on one page can be distracting and have a displeasing appearance. I try to limit images to 2-3 per page. Most people do not like to scroll down many pages. A simple and good design would be a page that needs very little scrolling. To make it easier to read, my text sections are no larger than 650 pixies wide. The use of “white space” is also used to make the pages more attractive and easier to read.
I use Adobe Macromedia Dreamweaver software for creating web page designs and Adobe Macromedia Flash for graphics and animations development. Other programs are used for image editing and other digital related productions.
The Winking Falcon is always looking for ways to meet your needs. Many organizations look at using websites for part of their promotional plan. It can be used as a place for people to gather information about your agency’s events, links to other related sites, resources, opportunities, training and more.
As an alumnus of Bowling Green State University located in northwest Ohio, I began my training and experience in the classroom using web pages to showcase student activities and achievements, and as an aid to my teaching. During this time, I was very fortunate to be approached to take part in developing a web site for OATFACS.org. Since then I have been asked to design several other sites. This inspired me to create Winking Falcon Productions.
Please click on the links on the left to view some examples of my work.
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