Our website is almost 2 years old. In Internet years, that's... well... old. We wouldn't call it an "Extreme Makeover", but we've made a few updates that we hope you'll enjoy. By next week, you'll see new things like sharing and shopping, for example. On top of that, were moving to a new web server. Fortunately our website address will remain the same. The reason we're sending this announcement out ahead of the actual move is so that current RSS subscribers to our blog won't have to miss a single post.
New ways to share
Twitter and Facebook buttons found at many locations throughout the site allow you to share your Studio Tupla discoveries with your friends.
Our blog now allows commenting. We really look forward to your feedback, whatever it is that you want to share with us. We can't wait to hear from you!
New way to purchase our work
The new Studio Tupla Shop is a convenient way to purchase pieces directly from the studio. We hope you'll check it out.
New ways to stay up-to-date
In addition to the RSS feed for our blog, our shop includes its own separate RSS feed that will immediately send your feed reader an alert when a new piece is made available for purchase.
If your Internet stomping grounds include Facebook, you can now view Studio Tupla blog posts on our Facebook Notes page. Just click on any one of the Facebook icons located throughout the site.
A Studio Tupla eNewsletter is on tap for 2011. We plan to issue these brief updates a few times each year, just often enough to keep you in the loop. We hope you'll join us and sign up.
Over the next several days, we'll be transitioning our website from one web hosting service to another. You'll always find us at the same URL, but the address for our blog's RSS feed will be changing. To keep in touch with Studio Tupla via RSS without skipping a beat, please visit the new site and re-subscribe to the RSS feed (You'll know the new site has gone live when you see the extra page links and expanded content).
Preparing to move the site has been an interesting logistical challenge and definitely a departure from our main work, which is purposefully low tech. If all goes as planned, we expect everyone to be able to view the new and improved site by the end of next week, and we look forward to your feedback.