From the How I Spent My Thanksgiving Break department comes a new blog design. The new look went live yesterday, though I still have a few tweaks to make here and there.
I’ve used the Thesis theme for a few different sites, but this is the most extensive reworking of it that I have done. I set out to do a full theme, but I like the look of how Thesis handles the main content, so I ended up morphing the project into a new wrapper for Thesis.
The header image has a composite of two images — one is a skyline of Austin, and the other is a picture of the Areopagus. The Areopagus is connected to the name of this blog. Somehow, I hope both of those images can serve as a reminder that this blog is my own meandering through the connections between the culture of Austin and God’s work within it.