Rethinking the Bonhoeffer tour’s platform was the best decision we could have made.
For the last few weeks, I’ve been putting together a strong draft of the final Bonhoeffer tour website. I’ve got several
The final webpage will provide overviews of some ten to fifteen tour stops, and each of their descriptions will include relevant links to Google tours and mini-pages with further reading on the subjects mentioned, such that information is available in several layers. The home page will be the base layer, and the links will provide ever-expanding external layers. This will allow readers to explore the Bonhoeffer tour in as much detail as they choose while still maintaining an amount of information that’s manageable rather than overwhelming on the base web page.
I’m very satisfied with the progress I’ve made so far on the webpage, and I’m looking forward to refining it and adding the so-called “layers” of information. I plan to work to finish the main page, then review the information and find the best places to insert links to more learning.
Until next time,