Web design agency creates easily accessible website

on Tuesday,March 29,2011 14:03


Individuals who are curious about web design may like to know about a new website that was launched. Designzillas, a web design company based in Orlando, was hired to create a website for the Yellow Grease Renewable Initiative (YGRIN), which is a company that promotes clean energy by spreading awareness and offering incentives.

YGRIN allowed Designzillas to take the lead on the design. The web design company incorporated an easily accessible website that also encouraged YGRIN's main objectives. Designzillas created a place where people can build profiles, access local charities and activities, include personal stories and participate in local restaurant deals.

The president of YGRIN, Dower Drummond, expressed his gratitude to the web design agency and explained that this website is a good starting tool.

"Through the voice of the people, coupled with the capabilities of the new YGRIN website, we hope to make a difference, both as a humanitarian and renewable energies leader," he said.

Web design students may be interested to know the likelihood of obtaining a job in this field. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of individuals who are in computer networking professions is expected to grow by 20 percent between 2008 and 2018, which is a considerably higher rate than the average growth of all occupations.

By Jasmine Bennett

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