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Jul 31, 2006: Lou's Makeover

WARNING: narcissism ahead

...and it's about time! Myra Klarman, former web designer of the userati (for starters, the NNG event site, Peter Morville's site, ye olde ACIA site, and this one) has changed careers, opening a professional photography studio here in Ann Arbor.

Yeah, Flickr will do that to you.

Myra updated my mug; not bad, especially considering the source material:
photo of lou rosenfeld
"I really, really want to teach you about enterprise information architecture."

Far more enjoyable are the portraits on Myra's (naturally) wonderfully-designed site. Two of my favorites are of a certain kid.

Go Myra!

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Comment: Nick Finck (Aug 1, 2006)

A much better new look for you, Lou. Are you accepting modeling offers from GQ yet? :P

Comment: Myra (Aug 1, 2006)

Lovely source material on all fronts.

Thanks for the sweet Bloug Ploug! :)

Comment: Gordon (Aug 3, 2006)

Really nice pictures but how do you get back to the "start" page: http://myraklarman.com ? :)

Comment: Myra (Aug 5, 2006)

Thanks, Gordon. We were under the assumption that visitors would either want to view the consumer portfolio or the commercial portfolio. But my logs are showing that quite a few visitors view both portfolios, and we need to make that easier.

Comment: Steve Mulder (Aug 7, 2006)

There should be laws against having a kid that cute.

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