Come and see us at the BBC Who Do You Think You Are Show at Olympia in London, 22nd – 24th February - the biggest family history event in the world.
Love to Learn is the proud sponsor of the Photography Gallery at the show - find us on stand 1111.
You’ll be able to try the Scanning and Editing your Old Photosonline course, supported by The Royal Photographic Society.
With this step-by-step online guide for beginners, you’ll learn to scan, edit, enhance, and create digital albums of your precious photos and documents.
Come to our stand 1111 for special offers and enter our prize draw.
Enter now our 'spot the difference' competition for your chance to win a Love to Learn online course of your choice. Read more on the Who Do You Think You Are website.
When you're designing your own website one of the fundamentals is to identify your audience right from the start. You could make an amazing website, but if you haven't spent the time identifying the needs of your audience, it could all be for nothing.
To show you the processes involved, Bob - featured in the video below - is going to create a website for the "Friends of Russell Square" community. This will help you plot your progress alongside his and see what you will be able to create next. Our course tutor, Craig speaks to Bob and Paul to ensure he has a good understanding of the functionality that is required from the new website:
Remember, you need to ask yourself: Who am I making this website for? Try to describe your intended audience in detail:
- How old are they?
- Where do they live?
- What languages do they speak?
- What are their interests?
- What are their values?
- What would draw them to visit your site and then visit again?
- What do they want from your website?
- What else can you say about them?