Photographic Society of America 2022 Web Site Contest
APS, for the second year in a row, took Second Place in the small clubs division (<50 members) of the Photographic Society of America's (PSA's) web site contest. Please congratulate our web master - Chris Handley, web site editor - Jim Harrison, and our members - their wonderful images and other contributions make the site a pleasure for all.
According to PSA, "All of the (40) websites entered in this year's contest were judged by two PSA member judges. None of the judges were new to the contest this year. Most of the judges are, or have been, the webmasters of websites that have done well in previous years’ contests." For example, Chris Handley, our web master, helped judge the Large Club entries.
Of note, both judges gave our APS site a perfect score on every aspect of their "Technical" evaluations. Sites are judged on a wide range of attributes including: Home Page/First Impressions, Content, Features, Technical and Bonus Scoring for particularly well done or innovative factors.
Here are some examples:
"Great first impression - literally starts with a splash!"
"This is a beautiful site - well thought out ... , well done. It was a pleasure to peruse."
"The calendars of meetings etc. are up to date and very readable and full of information. The competition, etc., images are very well presented."
"Nice feature to allow suggestions for programs on programs area. ... A list of members with phone and email is VERY helpful." [on the Members' Page]
Pike's Peak Camera Club Took 1st Place
Congratulations also to Pikes Peak Camera Club of Colorado Springs, CO who won 1st Place in this year's contest. Interestingly, our own Don Stephens was once a member of Pikes Peak Camera Club! Please take a look at Pikes Peak's excellent site and let us know any ideas you get for improving our site.
Thanks Again to Our Members
Again, thank you to all our members! Your stunning images are the sauce that make the APS website so tasty. Please keep letting us (Chris and Jim) know your ideas for improvements, and always keep those creative images coming.