Friday, April 3, 2009

trying to stay afloat...

i knew it would happen...i did, but i was in denial. domino is gone and so are my 700 deco files i used daily to blog about. suggestions please...can anyone recommend another good site to upload photos?? also, if any of you have a great friend or know of a great company...i need to work on a website (someone that is innovative yet affordable- do those words go together??)....happy friday.

*image courtesy of we heart it/fffound

11 comments:

Your House and Life said...

So depressing. I read on a blog (have to rack my brain) of a flicker site devoted to this. I'll try and find it for ya. xx Ali

Blueprint Bliss said...

Not fun!

My friend, Emily Joy, is a photographer here in Birmingham and just had a friend make a website for her. Hayley is very talented and I can get you her information if interested. I remember Emily Joy saying that it didn't cost much... you can look at what Hayley did for her: http://www.emilyjoydesigns.com/

Your House and Life said...

Found it!
http://cocokelley.blogspot.com/2009/04/domino-magazine-files.html


Perhaps if we all contribute..

Anonymous said...

look at Evernote.com

Porter Design Company said...

www.emilyartzfrench.com is great for graphics ~ She created my header and I LOVE it. Emily is wonderful to work with and very reasonable. Good Luck!

beautifuliving said...

I had the same feelings. Just the other day I linked my blog to a How To on Domino's site and now the instructions aren't there. And I didn't print them. Sigh.

One Love Photo said...

I know I am in Domino mourning still.
Love that feature photo.

Kimberlee said...

hey darling - looking for a web designer? I know it is in Australia but they do work internationally and despite being a ten minute walk from me I do most of my work with them over emails etc - www.blis.net.au - best bit - Aussie dollar isn't that great which means the US dollar will go further! xx

Anonymous said...

Shannon, sometimes it is nice to keep the business local. My friend Chris Simpson is a producer of websites at Blue Ion dtown. He could connect you with some talented and affordable designers in the area. His work contact is chris@blueion.com

Hope this helps,
Chassity Evans

megan said...

Small world; I posted on this sad truth today. I found a flickr site that has a library of domino images! So they may be gone, but not forgotten! :)

Averill said...

I'm a fan of PicasaWeb (which is a google program and free!). You can sort and edit pretty much any picture you upload yourself or download from the www.