Keeping in Touch
Keeping in Touch With DrawShield
There are various ways to keep in touch with things happening on drawshield.net, depending on your needs.
Just the latest news
If you just want to hear about bug fixes and new features then follow @drawshield on Twitter (or look at the embedded tweets on this page). If there is more information than can fit into a single tweet then you might be referred to the drawshield.net site blog, which you can think of as an overflow for twitter updates.
If you want example images, inspiration, hints and tips the follow the "Fun with DrawShield" blog.
Updates For Developers
All of the code used on the drawshield.net website, and the shield rendering code is available on GitHub, where active issues lists are maintained. You can get a good overview of the state of developments by looking at the main project page. The wiki pages belonging to each repository contain articles about coding and design topics, but these are probably a minority interest.
Contact the Author
That's me! My name is Karl Wilcox and I am the author of the DrawShield suite of blazonry programs. You can find out more about me, and some of my other projects and interests at http://karlwilcox.com. I write these programs just for fun, and to keep my web development and programming skills up to date, but I also hope that they are useful in teaching the language and art of heraldry and bringing it to a wider audience. If you want to contact me about the site, or anything else please use the contact form below. Don't forget to include your email address if you would like a reply!