October 24, 2015
New website goes live! There are still some tweaks to be made and a few bugs to fix, but they will be addressed in further updates. See previous incarnations of the site here.
August 20th, 2015
New website announced on homepage. A new banner is constructed for this purpose. The old site and its contents can still be found on the other pages. Revamping begins in earnest. Delays are expected because of other real-life priorities, but the new coding is hopefully expected to go live before November.
June 20th, 2015
Plans are being made to completely revamp Teawl. Upon revisiting the site after abandoning it for a few months, it has become apparent that changes must be made. It will no longer simply be an outdated class asignment, but will serve as a personal site and portfolio. The design needs to reflect that.
April 30th, 2015
Final portfolios have been entered. The English class which spawned Teawl in the first place is now officially over.
Website project graded. Teawl becomes mostly abandoned as a result.
February 27th, 2015
After some peer reviews and critiques, minor stylistic changes are made. Minor tweaks are made to the navigation bar order, style, and font. First digital art added to the Art page.
February 15th, 2015
Content is actively being added to the remaining four pages. The website so far is being shaped by the requirements for the class, which include the number of pages and links.
February 8th, 2015
Blog is purposely taken down and moved onto a seperate Blogger site. The blog's contents simply weren't matching up with the rest of the website. There are no plans for it to return to Teawl in the future.
Teawl goes live for the first time! Coding mistakes are found abound as this is still a first attempt. The website has started as a coding project for an undergraduate English class at UGA called Writing for the Web, taught by Dr. Sara Steger. Homepage, About, Writing, Art, and Blog pages added, but little content can be found on any of them. First blog entry posted using Wordpress. Some archived screenshots can be found here.