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New Website Design and Launch – The Ohio State Association of Plumbers

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Check out our new website design and launch for The Ohio State Association of Plumbers!

“The Ohio State Association of Plumbers is a workers union for Plumbers, Pipefitters, Streamfitters, Sprinkler Fitters, and Service Technicians. The objective of this Association is to promote the interest of the plumbing and pipefitting industry. Among other ways of promoting these interests, the Association shall recommend legislation to protect the trades and further sanitation for the protection of public health, discourage all proposed legislation detrimental to the public health as well as promote legislation that will assist organizing of our crafts into United Association Locals.”


Best Practices for Accordion Interfaces in Web Design

Check out this article about the best practices for creating Accordion Interfaces in Web Design, posted by Webdesign Ledger!

“The word “accordion” typically conjures a mental image of your favorite polka band. Although polka music can offer a rip-snorting good time, the term is associated with something different in the realm of web design. User interface accordions might refer to menus, widgets, or content areas which expand like the musical instrument. These interfaces have grown a lot more popular in recent years with the expansion of JavaScript and more prominently jQuery.”


New Website Design and Launch – JJ Visual Design

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Check out our new website design and launch for JJ Visual Design!

“Jeremy Jorgenson has been involved in the marching percussion activity since 1997. He is a 5 time WGI medalist as a performer with Westerville South HS and Rhythm X. Jeremy aged out of Rhythm X in 2006 after completing his fourth season playing second bass drum. He has taught and consulted at several Ohio high schools including Findlay HS, Olentangy Liberty HS, Westerville South HS, Hilliard Darby HS, Central Crossing HS, and Delaware Hayes HS.”


How Simple, Classic Design Works

Explore what’s great about simple, classic webdesign in this article posted by Speckyboy.com!

“Apple pie has endured through the years because it’s something people easily understand. In the same way, a simple, classic design that doesn’t require your audience to think too hard to understand the message will still be relevant after years of fancy fluff and bad trends have come and gone.”


New processor design could supercharge your smartphone

ARM has developed a new processor that will give your smartphone 3.5 times the power! Read more about it at Mashable.com!

“The Coretex-A72 has 3.5 times the power and is 75% more energy efficient than the previous generation of processor, the A15, ARM says. The processor will begin to ship with smartphones and tablets in 2016. ARM also introduced a new graphics processor, the Mali-T880, which the company promises will bring “console quality gaming” to mobile devices.”


Awesome Examples of Website Testimonials Done Right!

Check out these awesome examples of website testimonials, posted by Vandelay Design!

“Testimonials can be very powerful for helping to establish trust and encouraging visitors to buy, sign up, fill out a form, or take whatever action you are after. For websites and online businesses testimonials can be even more useful than traditional businesses because visitors are often skeptical or hesitant to trust someone online.”


Examples of Hidden Menus in Website Design

Here are a few examples of how to incorporate hidden menus in website design, posted by Designmodo!

“Use of a Navicon is a web design trend that forces us to take a look at navigation menus, their place in design and role in user experience. Although the concept does not diminish its significance and importance of navigation, it can provide designers and developers with more creative freedom.”


New Website Design and Launch – Rose Mary Center

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Check out our new website design and launch for Rose Mary Center!

“Rose-Mary Center continues the ministry of Jesus Christ by nurturing individuals with disabilities and celebrating love, family, dignity and faith within the community. Owned and operated by the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland, Rose-Mary Center provides services to all people regardless of race, sex, religion, national origin, or disability. Rose-Mary Center today is the product of a long list of volunteers, professionals, trustees, organizations, religious and clergy whose skill, commitment and energy have become a reputable part of RMC’s history.”


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