🌐 Tiny Egypt Society members’ area goes into development

a screenshot of the members' dashboard area in development
A screenshot of the members’-area dashboard currently in development

Over the last couple of weeks, my primary focus for Tiny Egypt has been to start developing the members’ area on my website for the Tiny Egypt Society.

I sent a short survey out my email subscribers recently – a big thank you to those of you who responded!
Looking through the list of replies, the most popular features were a photo gallery and project-specific blog posts, so these have gone top of the list.

I’ve been working hard on my website, adding pages and content, and I’m not far off being able to launch.
I’m really very excited to get this aspect of the Tiny Egypt Society going, so as soon as it’s ready, I’ll ping an update out to you.

Members of the Tiny Egypt Society are the backbone of this project; I really couldn’t keep it going without their amazing support.

If you’d like to be one of those project patrons who see my new photos before anyone else does, get behind-the-scenes news and help shape the project, you can do so by joining the Society from only £1.00 per month (first month half price). You can find out more on the Support Tiny Egypt page.

[This post was originally sent out as an email, before I built this dedicated site. Because of that, I’ve made a few edits so it makes sense as a Newsfeed update.]

If you’ve enjoyed this update, I’d love it if you could rate it in the comments section below. If you have any thoughts or comments, you can get the conversation going in the comments section.

Unless otherwise credited, all photos in this post are © Julia Thorne. If you’d like to use any of my photos in a lecture, presentation or blog post, please don’t just take them; drop me an email at julia@tetisheri.co.uk. If you share them on social media, I’d appreciate a link back to this site or to one of my social media accounts. Thanks!

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