Rebecca is an avid reader and writer of fantasy for children and YA.
Her first book, ‘David and the Heart of Aurasius’, was published in 2010, followed by her second book, ‘The Brothers of Turoc’ in 2012.
Having studied graphic and web design and been involved in the arts all her life, Rebecca understands the value of an online presence for creators. Now the director of a web development firm in Logan, she has created several websites for artists including authors, writers, painters - even cosmetic tattooists. She is the Communications Coordinator for Logan City Writers Collective and frequently runs workshops for writing and self-publishing at schools and libraries.
A self-confessed nerd, she is feverishly writing her third novel in between web projects and playing the occasional game of Final Fantasy.
Rebecca is the designer of the CYA Conference logos.
Rebecca is also an author - you can visit : www.rjtimmis.net
You can visit Rebecca on her web design business: www.vanillawebdesigns.com.au
Note:Rebecca's appointment for Web Design:
Sign up to have your web site critiqued by Rebecca Timmis, who is a web designer, as well as an author.
What to Expect from a Web Assessment
Rebecca Timmis is a web developer and the director of Logan-based business Vanilla Web Designs. She has helped over 40 small and medium businesses increase their client base by creating engaging, easy-to-use websites. Some of the points she will use to assess your current author or illustrator website include:
1. Is your site fresh and engaging?
2. Is it easy to use?
3. Are you including the right information?
4. Can you track your statistical data to see how many people view your site, and what pages are most popular?
5. Is your website up to search engine standards?
6. Is your site content easy to update and manage?
7. What improvements can be made to ensure your readers, as well as potential publishers, editors and agents, are getting the best out of your website?
8. Can you add value to your site by including a blog, email newsletters and social media links?
9. If you sell products on your website, are you complying with Australian online security standards?