Friday, December 21, 2012

Introducing: Caleb Grove...

It's now official, Anson S has merged with my brand new personal website, Caleb Grove (aptly named, even if I do say so myself).

Prior to this change, Anson S was just another freestanding blog. One of the issues is that a blog looses a lot of credibility if that's all it is, and I have big thoughts for this blog and in general.

My reasoning was simple; I wanted a place to unite/showcase all the various odds and ends that I've created, a place for me to help other web designers, and a home for Anson S. This blog will remain as a place for me to write stuff related to politics and religion in general. The web design/tech side of stuff will branch off to my other new blog, found at

Anther reason is that the few posts I did write here about web design/tech received a fair number of visits from google searches, but none generated subscribers as those people were not really concerned about politics (I guess). This way you can pick what you want to hear about, and it should begin to really bump up my readership stats. Hopefully some of the readers of my other blog will morph into Anson S as well.

Any thoughts/suggestions regarding the new website?

~Sir Caleb

P.S. Much like my last redesigns, here are screengrabs of what Anson S used to look like (click it to enlarge):
Anson S old design


  1. The Constitutionalist ReformerDecember 22, 2012 at 1:50 PM

    Love the new site! Nice redesign and navigation is quite good.

    1. Thanks for the complement! How might I improve the navigation?


I'm Caleb Grove

Yep, that's me. I'm a 17 year old web unicorn and own OnRamp Web Design. My skill base is quite broad, though my real focus lies in UX and UI design for the web. When it comes to designs, I'm a perfectionist, scooting 1 pixel at a time.

My main blog captures all my web-related thoughts that exceed 140 characters. Anson S is my personal blog, where I pander in politics and religion. You can tweet me on Twitter at @SirCalebGrove, circle me on , or friend me on Facebook.

About this site

This is my playground. harnesses the power of HTML5 and CSS3. It was built using my web design weapon of choice, Freeway Pro, using a inline flexible system. Responsiveness was hand-coded. The blogs are hosted by Blogger, whose template code was generated by the Blogger actions. Website hosted by GJX Hosting. Creativity provided a disturbed mind, and not much else.

No unicorns where harmed in the making of this website, except through caffeine overdose.