18VD Attends Inaugural Go Green America Expo
Mar. 30, 2009

go green america expo 2009March 28 & 28th marked the debut of the Go Green America Expo. Held at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Gaithersburg, the new event featured over 200 "Eco Businesses" from around the region. In addition to vendors, the expo featured prominent speakers and informative workshops.

"We were excited to attend the inaugural Go Green America Expo, said Jason Feaga, principal of 18 Visions Design. It's great to see so many businesses and community leaders living and supporting the "green lifestyle." We made some great contacts and look forward to partnering with several of the businesses in attendance. It was a great event,you would never know it was the 1st year. I am already looking forward to next year's event."

To learn more about the 2009 Go Green America Expo visit www.gogreenamericaexpo.com

Join 18VD on Facebook and Twitter
Mar. 26, 2009

join 18 visions design on facebook and twitter18 Visions Design is now on Facebook and Twitter. Social Networking is vital to any business looking to extend beyond traditional marketing. By joining us on Facebook or following us on Twitter, you will be able to receive the latest news, green tips and marketing information. Here are few tidbits about Twitter and Facebook.

is a social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read other users' updates known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 bytes in length.Twitter is fast becoming one of the most popular websites in the world.

Facebook is a free-access social networking website that is operated and privately owned by Facebook, Inc.Users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region to connect and interact with other people.

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18VD adds Web Conferencing
Mar. 16, 2009

yugma web conferencing18 Visions Design is now offering web conferencing, online desktop sharing and webinars.  With the ability to collaborate with up to 20 attendees, we can not only host webinars but provide online "real time" product demonstrations, presentations, conduct training, deliver customer service and troubleshoot common pc issues. By meeting and providing support via the web, we cut down on travel which is reducing our carbon footprint.

18 Visions Design is excited to be working with Yugma's cutting edge technology. Yugma is the leader in affordable instant web conferencing solutions. Yugma provides Free, Professional, and Enterprise web conferencing software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions to individuals, small businesses, and large enterprises across a diverse range of industries.

Please contact us to learn more about the new service.

To get more information about Yugma visit https://www.yugma.com/

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18visionsdesign.com voted best website
Mar. 03, 2009

www.18visionsdesign.com voted "Best Business-To-Business" website by Smart Company Magazine

smart magazineSmart Company's Best of the Web contest recognized the stellar web development and design efforts of local companies, nonprofit organizations and government entities. Readers cast their votes for their favorite sites in the categories of Business-to-Business, Business-to-Consumer, Nonprofit and Government, and their independent panel of judges - Kristin Kaineg, Mike Pfister and David Yogin, all accomplished graphic designers - reviewed each entry with the following criteria in mind: Ease of use, effectiveness of copy, use of animation/video and smart design.

www.18visionsdesign.com received the 1st Place prize of best "business-to-business" website of 2009. Judge Kaineg lauded 18 Visions Designs website for its clean and sleek design "with a strong brand and purpose," user-friendly navigation, cohesive content and easy-to-read typographic hierarchy.

The site was developed using technologies like CSS table-less layout, Woo Tools, Flash and PHP, says the company's princiipal owner, Jason Feaga. "The design theme is simplicity, but simplicity does not mean the look is not eye-catching. We opted for a clean Web 2.0 feel that was inspired by West Coast environmentally conscious companies," he says. "Visitors love its goldfish feature ... They are a large part of our 'what's your vision' marketing, so we felt they needed to be front and center...Websites have become more than a place to talk about your business. If you make your site a resource, visitors will continue to return - and that translates into profit."

To learn more about Smart Magazine, please visit www.smartcompanymag.com

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