Last Mile website

So I am gradually getting to grips with WordPress and the ‘intrepidity’ theme which gives this website its basic design. I get the impression that one can change the Theme of a WordPress site as easily as you change your socks, so I don’t know whether this will be the final look.

I chose this theme because of the apparent ease of integration with a slideshow gallery. I’m struggling at the moment to get the Featured Content Gallery slideshow operating on the Homepage, as it seems to want to appear on the Blog posts page.

So far the site is beginning to take shape and there are loads of tutorials out there to help with every imaginable problem. Watch this space…

Last Mile logo

So, the first step with the website was to come up with a logo. I don’t quite know where this came from, but I had this sort of image in my mind from the start. So, returning to CorelDraw after a long break I managed to take myself through the process in the space of a few hours.

I do think that it has captured the essence of who we are –  or at least who we aim to be. I’m quite please with it, and especially like the fact that I can break apart the different elements (city, bike, name etc) to use them as icons or in different shaped spaces. I’d welcome your comments dear reader…

 

Last Mile, First Post

Is it a bad idea to blog about your business start-up?

Can one be too open?

Nowadays it seems to be the case that blogging is where it’s at and I’ve never really had much to blog about. Setting up and running Last Mile Delivery in Leeds might just be a worthy topic, so here goes…