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ClarkeDesign Launches Website 2.0

(February 6, 2009)

SAN DIEGO, CA – ClarkeDesign announces its website re-launch to show clients the potential web sites can offer. now incorporates effective web marketing elements with the use of cascading style sheets (CSS), ongoing relevant content updates, helpful advice on basic marketing principals, plus clear and easy navigation.

“Small businesses need to know that it doesn’t take much to redesign their websites using the latest technology in order to compete in today’s economy” says Clarke Graves, Owner, ClarkeDesign. “With a few easy changes, and routine maintenance, your website can be redesigned to make it easier for customers to find you on the web. By utilizing Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), taps into the benefits of current design elements and improved code efficiency for search results. According to W3C “Cascading Style Sheets benefit accessibility primarily by separating document structure from presentation” 1 allowing search engines to better find the information on your website.

With improved traffic from search engines and a new look and feel that reinforced the ClarkeDesign identity branding, relevant and current content then became the focus of the redesign. “A website needs new information regularly added that is relevant and beneficial to your user. The new provides featured client spotlights, a comprehensive breakdown of all services offered, and industry advice to educate visitors when making their marketing decisions,” says Clarke.

ClarkeDesign is a local graphic design solutions provider that offers web design, multimedia, print, brand identity, and photography. ClarkeDesign’s clients include Designer Whey, WalzCaps, TrueLine Custom Surfboards, and 3 Point Entertainment. ClarkeDesign has always made efforts to contribute to the community through charitable partnerships. ClarkeDesign is proud to team with The Jonathan Tarr Foundation that provides scholarships to underserved boys and girls.

ClarkeDesign Website Redesign

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Accessibility Features of CSS Editors Ian Jacobs and Judy Brewer

The World Wide Web Consortium. Copyright 1994-2009 W3C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics, Keio University), All Rights Reserved.

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