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Response to Ryan FordIn response to a news article posted by Ryan Ford. Click here to read: Maintaining Relevance in the Web2.0 SpaceResponse to Ryan Ford by spyed
I really appreciate you taking the time to share this perspective.
In the past year or so I would say that we've undergone a complete revamp of deviantARTs internal operations. And we hope that so far this challenging transition has already begun to shine through in a positive way. But the transition is not complete.
This year of 2007 is particularly important to the future of deviantART. The way we handle the issues you raised, plus the many issues that I also see with the company from a more 3 dimensional perspective in my seat are going to have a big impact, good or bad.
deviantART in years past has been plagued by many constraints that have been very difficult to overcome. Some of them are self-imposed by the approach to building the company itself. (Cash constrained). But we've felt very strongly that big cas
Appreciation of Admins (AoA)________________________________________________________Appreciation for Admins (AoA)Appreciation of Admins (AoA) by Sarto-San
Appreciation- gratitude; thankful recognition
Appreciation is something we all wish for. We recognize those who have all the glory and work all around us. DeviantArt is a place where this happens. There are countless people who contribute to DeviantArt. Many of those who are Administrators around the site. You have the Admins which control the bigger parts of the site. But people like for instance, the Creative Staff, which help around the site a great amount.
A lot of the countless, and growing, members of DeviantArt don't recognize these users who make our lives easier. DeviantArt is a worldwide and rapidly growing community. I join DeviantArt back in 2005 and have been addicted since. I watch over 600 people which many are just artists. But many of those users are also concerned Admins. The Rules around the site stand and are greatly followed.
But lately it has become to concern t
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I'm a student at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, nowhere, nearly done with my 4 years of school. After I graduate, hopefully I can continue with an MFA somewhere. Then it's time for the big show!|
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