I want to publish an account of events. I have been mistreated in a few areas and I want to make a web-based defence of my character.
Web-design is a pain in the butt, so I figured that if we use a pmWiki site, once you have done the project, I can add pages here and there, if I have more content for it in future.
Here's what I want:
1. pmWiki Website. A customised look, just so that it doesn't look too "fresh out of the box". It doesn't need to be too fancy. I'm sure one of the templates will do, plus a little tweaking.
2. Intuitive navigation. This will probably already come with certain wiki skins/templates. Still, I will give you some content which you can work with and help me reach a good method of displaying it.
3. Generally, the site will have pages that show:
- Accuser's accusation (usually with a screenshot/image or video clip)
- Defense: My evidence (screenshot, video clip, etc)
- Defence: My comments (text, links, etc.)
I will need you to think of yourself as a web-designer and activist/reporter.. I need you to have ideas of how it could be laid out, etc, once you personally take on the goal.
I expect that I'd give you approx 6-10 items. e.g. by means of discussion, I'd provide you with a screenshot and say: this is a screenshot of an email which accuses me of (for example) tearing up a newspaper. I would give you a video clip of the newspaper in good condition. You would use add it to a page, and using notes about it that you get from me (through discussion or otherwise), publish it as an "article".
I expect it will be a refreshingly different project for you, and very necessary and relieving for me to have it done.
useful link for pmWiki embedding (e.g. youtube etc):
<[url removed, login to view]>
I look forward to working with you.
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