“Colophon” comes from the Greek “κολοφων,” meaning ‘a summit,’ ‘top,’ ‘finishing.’ It is a description of the details and methods behind a publication, often found on the last few pages of a book.
The logo was created by John Dalton at Elemental Design, and was set in Din Black, Din Bold and Adobe Garamond Pro. Content titles use Georgia to reflect Adobe Garmond Pro. All navigation items are all set in Arial Narrow, which refer to Din. The website body text is set in Georgia. Georgia, Arial Narrow & Verdana are all web safe fonts.
Jennifer Marjorie Johnston of boschwerks innovation group developed the exhibition content.
Design and Development
Neoteric Design designed and developed this site, based on design elements created by John Dalton for the museum. Neoteric redesigns websites with a focus on customer needs, site goals, ease of use and engaging design.
The site runs on PHP. Content is maintained using MovableType 3. A range of useful plugins are in use, including RightFields and MTSQL. SmartyPants and Textile 2 are used for text wrangling. The site is authored using structural XHTML, and complies with the 1.0 transitional web standards as set by the W3C.
If you have questions, comments, or suggestions regarding this site, please email Kristie Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org.