Introducing the New Stand-In Central Website!

Since its foundation in 2010, Stand-In Central has provided downloadable ebooks, weekly blog posts, and other impressive information all about the job of the TV/film stand-in.

Over the past 5+ years, Stand-In Central has grown so much that it’s outgrown its website. Over the last week, we’ve been putting some finishing touches on a new website design — and we’re excited to show it off!

The NEW Stand-In Central!

Better Layout

The new website for Stand-In Central features an improved menu and more visible search feature. The latest blog posts are easier to find — the latest one is linked from the blog menu, and the homepage also features the most recent blog posts.

Better Blog

The Tips & Tricks blog is now in a grid format, which allows more posts to show on the screen at once. Each blog post now has links to recent posts and includes the ability to share posts on social media. There is also sidebar access to categories and tags so you can easily navigate to the kind of stand-in content you want to read.

Responsive Design

Also, the new website is responsive, which means it should display well on desktops but also on tablets and smartphones!

Same Great Colors

We borrowed the colors from the earlier website design in creating this new site — the colors became integral to the Stand-In Central brand.

And we’ve also kept the font as clean and reasonable as before — if not cleaner and more reasonable!

Still Some Things to Do …

What’s left to do on the new Stand-In Central website is cleaning up the design in some of the older blog posts. There will probably be a few tweaks to do here and there as well.

So, if you see anything that needs to be tweaked, or if you have an idea for content on the site, let us know! Leave a note in the comments section of this post.

What do you think of the new Stand-In Central website? Post your thoughts below!

By | 2016-11-14T18:51:53+00:00 November 16th, 2016|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

About the Author:

Ben Hauck (Editor, Stand-In Central) has stood in on a number of projects shot in the NYC area. In addition to day-playing, he has stood in on major projects for John Oliver (Last Week Tonight), Jason Bateman (The Longest Week, Disconnect, and The Switch), Jason Sudeikis (Sleeping with Other People), Seth Rogen (The Night Before), and Peter Facinelli (Nurse Jackie and American Odyssey). Ben is an actor and improviser, author of the 2012 book Long-Form Improv (Allworth Press), and host of The Acting Income Podcast. http://benhauck.com

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