Closed: New Mobile-Friendly Design + Giveaway!
I’m thrilled to announce the newest version of tiffphotography.com, complete with a responsive (mobile-friendly) design so you can visit my site and read posts on-the-go without having to pinch, zoom, and scroll. The website automatically adapts to your web browser and optimizes the content so it’s easy to read and navigate. Doesn’t matter if you’re looking at the site on your desktop, iPad, or phone — it will all look beautiful.
The main reason for the redesign was to update the site with a modern design without completely overhauling everything, and to make my site mobile-friendly. The mobile part was top priority since all of us pretty much live with our phones in our hands. I wanted to make sure that my site could be accessed and viewed with ease. I went away from ProPhoto Blogs because none of their new template designs were responsive, and that was a deal breaker for me.
Other small updates include some new work in my portfolio and a commitment to blog more frequently now that I’ve officially gone on maternity leave. I’ve got a bunch of posts scheduled in the coming weeks, sharing photos from our maternity session, top picks for each trimester in my pregnancy, must-have WordPress plugins, and more! I’ve also got some back-end stuff worked out that allow clients to read & sign contracts online, make payments through my site, etc. Super excited to get the workflow down.
To celebrate my new site launch, I have two (2) mason jar tumblers from The Mason Bar Company to give away! All you have to do is follow me on Instagram @tiffanytcheng, like the photo about the site launch & leave a quick comment. I’ll pick two winners on Monday, Dec. 15.
*This giveaway is now closed.
Many thanks to Sarah Bridgeman and Dawn M. Gibson for taking such wonderful photos for me to use on the new site, to Cypress North, for being a wonderful web host & partner and teaching me pretty much everything I know about building websites, and to my clients for being awesome and choosing (and trusting) me to be their photographer, allowing me to do what I love.