Starting today, the Anglican Church of Canada website has a full-time web designer on staff.
Keith Nunn, who has served as a contract consultant for the church website since 1998, provided much of the initial development of the website that year when Leanne Larmondin, the website manager, was on maternity leave. Since then he has handled many of the site’s design duties and administered the church’s many majordomo e-mail lists.
As web designer, Mr. Nunn will be responsible for the overall look of the website, including its navigation and architecture. Ms. Larmondin, who starts another maternity leave April 3, will continue to provide the content development and news writing for the site.
Mr. Nunn brings with him extensive website and graphic design and technical experience, from his nine years as a freelance designer of hundreds of paper and electronic projects. A parishioner of Toronto’s Holy Trinity Church, he helped design websites for the dioceses of Toronto and Niagara. He also worked for Anglican Book Centre service section in 1988-1989.
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