The new Semiomantics EVO 2012
The new Semiomantics EVO 2012 was the sparkly topic of this month’s Ycademy Seminar 2012… and as always, the complex theme could not be covered over the expanse of a weekend, it’s as usual a work-in-progress situation, a process with continued learning, implementing and – most importantly – experimenting and observing… until finding one’s personal preferences, direction and style.The new Semiomantics EVO 2012
For those like me who love the ‘old’ flash version of Evolution, the new Semiomantics EVO 2012 offers some of the features we were so fond of – yet, it’s something totally different and independent as well. Instead of the fluid flow from left to right that gave the impression of a generous and easily directable movement, we now seem to build into depth, layer by layer. We’ve got to think “mobile”.
Due to the sad fact that our beautiful EVO sites do not show on the mobile web as Apple is not displaying Flash, this new Semiomantics EVO Developer Theme overcomes the problem with pure genius by making use of HTML5, CSS3 and Java instead of Action driven Flash.
Besides, the new Semiomantics EVO 2012 is now powered by WordPress and while it features amazing possiblities for digital photography, video, graphics and all kinds of media design, it also includes a dynamic blog – which means it’s Google efficient!Best WP Theme for Photographers
With this, I would say we have the best WP Theme for Photographers!
While we all want to choose according to our taste, priorities and objectives – the new Semiomantics EVO 2012 features 6 different gallery types alone, which can be displayed in many different ways with unlimited numbers of photos. The EXIF and location data can also be displayed…. not to speak of a high resolution background slider that displays beautifully – with or without protective overlays and textures that protect original photographic work – yes, even that was thought of!
Actually, it’s astonishing how many choices we have – and for those who have something to sell: the script is ready for eCommerce! We see the smooth integration of an elegant, user-friendly and – as it seems – easy to manage shop.
The screenshot above shows my first steps in setting up my Black & White Photography category featuring some of my images. It looks promising – doesn’t it?!
More to follow…