If you have visited robphillimore.com recently you will have noticed it has undergone a few changes, both aesthetically and in terms of functionality.
If you have not visited recently but are reading this blog post then you will now be noticing it has undergone a few changes.
It took some time and there are still a few alterations to be made, but it's pretty much where I wanted it to be, so i thought I would take a few moments to point you in the direction of the main changes, just in case you hadn't come across them yet.
Come on in, make yourself comfortable and allow me to give you the grand tour.
The Home Page:
Ok, so I think it's pretty clear that the site has a new colour scheme, so we wont dwell on that any longer. What is new and exciting is the video header on the home page: Currently showing a snippet of the "Solid Gold" music video, but this will change periodically to concur with the events of the time.
The home page will continue as it has done, highlighting the latest videos, music releases, tour dates and such. So make sure you pop in frequently to see what's new.
The Bio Page:
The bio page hasn't changed a great deal apart from the buttons at the bottom of the page which have replaced the sub-navigation menu that was previously present under the 'Bio' tab.. That's a minor functionality change but nonetheless one I thought I should point out.
The Music Page:
Here's the really important bit! The music.!
This page contains links to my whole discography - click 'Listen' to be taken to the respective release, and/or click 'Lyrics' to be taken to the lyrics for said release (sorry for all this stating of the obvious).
The music tab has a sub-menu that takes you straight to any of my releases you wish, like so:
On these pages you will find the most important addition to the website. In-built audio players!
Listen to any and all songs straight from the website. No need to be signed up or logged into Spotify, Apple Music or any such platforms. Just hit play on the song you want to hear and boom! it plays the song in its entirety (unlike the Spotify players when clicked on mobile).
Of course, if you want to listen via Spotify that's perfectly fine. There are buttons on these pages linked to Spotify and iTunes for your convenience.
The shows, videos, blog andcontact pages have stayed much the same in terms of layout and functionality so there's no need to delve too deep into them. But keep popping back here because you never know what new and exciting things you may find.
Thanks for reading, let me know what you think of the new look and functions in the comment section below.
All the best
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Go ahead, snoop around.
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