Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
For anyone wishing to succeed in e-commerce, or to develop a viable online business presence, having a functional and attractive website is essential. Designing and developing that website is not always easy, however; coding a website can prove time-consuming, and hiring an external Web design firm can be costly. A site called CreateaSite.net seeks to provide users with all of the principles and techniques they need in order to build an effective website of their own—and now, CreateaSite.net is taking its services to the next level, unveiling a sleek new design of its own and also introducing a new Web design blog.
According to site founder and developer Jason Kay, the new layout of CreateaSite.net is more than just a cosmetic change. “What we’re trying to do with the site is to offer tips and practices for building a website that shines,” he says. “It is important, then, that CreateaSite.net embodies and exemplifies those same principles. As such, we’re proud of our stylish new design, which is not only more visually striking but also easier to navigate.”
Kay says that there are many ways to build a website, including various coding languages and software tools, but regardless of technique, good design skills are crucial. “Our site offers tutorials and tips that shed some light on the technical side of Web design, but we also understand that aesthetics and ease of use are crucial—and we hope our new look makes those values clear,” he offers.
In addition to the new layout, CreateaSite.net is also launching a new blog, which Kay says will be updated on a regular basis with timely and useful information about Web design. “The hope is for CreateaSite.net to be the go-to site for those looking for pertinent design tips and info,” he explains. “Our new blog is designed to ensure that we are vigilantly providing readers with compelling new content.”
Kay concludes by saying that, between the new design and the new blog, CreateaSite.net should prove more useful than ever before for those seeking Web design and development information. “From SEO directories to basic HTML tips, we hope to be comprehensive in what we offer to aspiring designers,” Kay observes. “With the new design and the blog feature, our wealth of information is more accessible than ever.”