Gospel.com Topics Feed - Architecture 2012-08-07T12:34:37-05:00 GCI info@gospel.com /feeds/topics/architecture/ Stop people leaving your website. Ingraphic and testing http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/8823 2012-08-07T12:34:37-05:00 Think about it. How many confusing websites do you leave in frustration? Apply the same outsider's eye to your own. Or, much better, test your site with web users of only modest web ability, who do not know your site. This is easy to do and will repay the time and effort a thousand times over. Accessibility - making sites easy to read and navigate. Accessible navigation for visitors http://internetevangelismday.com/accessibility.php 2010-08-07T18:34:13-05:00 One hundred years, even thirty years ago, public buildings and churches were built with no thought for people with any disability. Sweeping flights of steps up to an imposing main entrance, more steps inside, no amplification. A lack of easy access excluded many people. Easy accessibility to public buildings is now mandated by legislation in most countries. “Content is what you say, design is how you say it,” says Warren, a web evangelist. Both aspects are a key to the overall accessibility of a website. There are several interlocking aspects which contribute to accessibility. Faces of the abandoned church http://gospel.com/blog/index.php/2009/10/26/faces-of-the-abandoned-church/ 2009-10-28T10:49:41-05:00 Have you ever seen an abandoned church? How did it make you feel? Some thoughts on abandoned "sacred space."