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Charlotte Amalie
Friday, March 31, 2023


April 1, 2004 – Not-for-profit and other public-service organizations are invited to send representatives to a free, daylong Web site design clinic being presented on April 21 by the University of the Virgin Islands in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the V.I. Housing Authority.
The clinic "for HUD partners" will demonstrate how to design an effective, low-cost public service Web site. "Trainers will take the mystique out of Web design," publicity states. Clinic topics will include easy-to-understand advice on what to post on your Web site, how to organizing your site, how to make it accessible to those with disabilities, how to marketing your site on a tight budget, and tips on technical support.
A release states that the clinic will provide information of interest to managers, executive directors, communications and public affairs personnel and "anyone who is concerned about good customer service."
The presentations will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 21 via videoconference hookup on both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands. On St. Thomas, participants will gather in Room T-101 of the Teacher Education Building; on St. Croix they will meet in Room EC-713 of the Evans Center.
Space is limited and the registration deadline is April 14. To reserve a seat, send an e-mail to Cindy R. Hunt or call her at 693-1106.

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