This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The GINI website is a collaborative project that is experimental, evolving and focusing primarily on structure.  Volunteers needed and welcome!

The emphasis has been on creating a navigational and connected structure that can accommodate a great deal of cross referencing and multiple aspectsof each subject.  This proved more difficult and time consuming than expected, party because of our level of web construction skills and partly because it is quite complex.  It is now arriving at a basic foundation from which all else can expand.

The website is using a temporary template which we decided would be good enough for now but we now have found a suitable replacement template and are copying the structure from the old site to the new.

gini web

The layout options and presentation in this template are far superior to the current one and it will be much more easy to navigate and distinguish between article subjects and links to other parts of the site.

We are about to move into a new mode which is opening to participation and collaboration and we are asking anyone who is interested to offer anything from good suggestions to joining in our working group...

And from there we can consider the next two big leaps for the project which are to create a local version of the site and focus on local projects.

 

We are particularly interested in designers, web and graphic, content editors*, researchers*, photographers and filmmakers, local office space (Findhorn, Scotland), and anyone with interest, enthusiasm and/or good ideas.

 

 

 


GINI
T +44 778 795 7021

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Skype: gini

Scroll to top