The problem, it seems, is a one of design. It's a problem of information architecture. Yes, I have a lot of information, but what's the best way to lay it out? Ironically, Weebly doesn't give you many options, and rather than make things easier, it makes it a lot harder to create a well-designed and intuitive website. The first obstacle, for me, was how to best divide my project into clear and discrete sections using the navigational bar template in the header section of each page. Immediately, it was getting overly crowded, so the first thing I had to do was remove the link for the "home" page, which because of Weebly's layout actually functioned more like a splash page; it could be eliminated, because why would anyone really need to navigate to a splash page?
Today I'm going to begin putting up the videos and interviews, and more than likely I will run into more tech problems!
More to come.