Marissa Berger Interactive offers new web design program
on Friday,July 29,2011 22:07
The Marissa Berger Interactive (mb/i), which is a web design company based in San Francisco, recently released a new program for designers to keep up with restructuring of their websites.
WebShops offers a four-session program that focuses on the design processes for small-to-medium businesses, so that they can produce an efficient, easy-to-use and attractive website in a five-week span of time.
"WebShop is ideal for 'solopreneurs' who know they need a site, but have too many other things on their plate to do it right," said mb/i founder Marissa Berger. "It's a structured system with a built-in timeline, so you know you won't keep putting it off."
Individuals who are interested in web design have a decent chance of landing a job once they graduate from their design programs. Because of the technology age, these professionals are in high demand. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in this field is expected to increase by 45 percent between 2008 and 2018.
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