I HAVE PROVIDED INFORMATION ABOUT THE OVERALL BUSINESS BELOW...HOWEVER, THE PROJECT IS FOR A WORDPRESS SITE I AM BUILDING WHICH IS:
http://www.parrotmonk.com. Right now I have a light styled, and more cartoon like placeholder page setup for the site.
I don't have a specific idea yet, but I know that I want this to have a more professional, but friendly and interesting look tied to Parrots and also the pseudonym name I write under and am known for. But here are some things in place today.
This is WordPress 3.3.2 and Genesis Framework (Themes).
I also have a Twitter Site that I will be using to drive people to this site:
Here is my current Twitter site: http://twitter.com/#
I got the name ParrotMonk aka Parrot Monk from a history of working in non-profits for parrots, conservation, and behavioral work and training that I do, due to my well being somewhat like the "Monk" character from the TV show (as I have my own special case of OCD), and because I get along great with animals, in particular birds (parrots), and not so much with humans. I have been called a cross between the beautiful mind character and monk at work too, but people know me (including vets and others in the animal world) as this bird whisperer like person who can tame and work with and rehabilitate almost any type of avian... Ok, yes, I am my own special whack job, but it works for me it seems. :)
So I want to do something that brings that into place, as I provide free and expert advice to so many people that are lost and need help with their companion parrots and the like, Plus I will point them to other resources, etc., and in time promote and drive them to free ebooks I am working on or have in place to help them.
So I plan on using StudioPress Genesis and/or Thesis as options to build from. I also have OPtimizerPress that I purchased, for use later, What I want is flexibility to do a variety of things and use this to get the word out, etc.
That's a quick thought into this - and I am open to creative and engaging ideas.
Thank you for your Interests