When a family or business looks for a new home, one of the first things they do is check a city’s website. That’s where they find key information, explore community highlights, and see why people should move there, visit, or locate a business there. In many ways, it’s how a city makes an impression, like a first date. For residents, the website is the means to view notices and upcoming events, find voting locations, pay water bills and license fees, etc.
Travel to the Mississippi Gulf Coast just got more inviting with the launch of Sleep Inn Gulfport’s new website offering tourists a good night’s sleep, affordable prices and a free hot breakfast. The innovative site, www.gulfport-hotel.com, is geared for discovery-driven travelers, anchored in responsive design and optimized for all devices. Featuring a vibrant color palette and eye-catching photography, the user experience is designed to better serve the needs of guests by facilitating convenience and ease of use.
Empowering students who are deaf or hard of hearing with an education designed to promote and develop each child’s potential is the goal of the Mississippi School for the Deaf. With that in mind, the recent launch of MSD’s new website, www.msd.k12.ms.us, provides yet another tool in aiding students develop confidence, leadership, and productivity.
Many obstacles face returning ex-offenders as they rejoin their families and neighborhoods after incarceration. In order to make this transition successful for ex-offenders, their families, and the communities to which they are returning, the Foundation for the Mid South, on behalf of the Mississippi Reentry Council, has recently launched a new website, www.msreentryguide.com, to connect people to services.
After more than two decades in business, Batesville Tooling & Design stands by the fact that their customers deserve superior performance for their investments. As evidence of this commitment, BTD recently launched their new website www.btd-inc.net, which features videos and user-friendly tabs for information regarding their services, industries they serve, current news, contact information, and a Request a Quote feature.
The owners of Brandon-based Pool Works are self-proclaimed "pool people," and contend that a swimming pool is a lot of work, but owning one is worth the attention. This love of pools flows clearly in the recently-launched website www.poolworksms.net, designed with a fresh, colorful look and quick, easy-to-use information tabs.
Petroleum Equipment Co., Inc. (PECO) is pleased to announce the launch of their new website, petroleumequipmentco.com. The website features an array of information about their services and products.
Web services company U.S.NEXT clearly believes bigger is better. Adding yet another business to its ranks, the company recently closed its tenth acquisition by agreeing to acquire the operations of Accessible Computer Experts for an undisclosed amount.
The Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services is pleased to announce the launch of their Project Start website, msprojectstart.org. The website features user-friendly tabs for About Us, Services, Resources, and Contact information
“Project Start needed a website that would be informative yet user-friendly for consumers and other interested parties,” said David Crawford of USNX. “We were able to design a website that makes it easy to access information and increase awareness of Assistive Rehabilitative Technology.”