BRADENTON –Webtivity Designs donated a senior developer to participate in the Sarasota-Bradenton BarCamp "Coding for Not-for-profit Day" event on May 2nd. Amanda Pasko, Art Director for Webtivity, lent her expertise to help develop a new website platform for Realize Bradenton and Riverwalk. The platform used for this project has been donated by Shaun Walker, CTO and Founder of DotNetNuke (DNN). Pasko met Walker in 2012 at an event in Sarasota. "The great thing about DotNetNuke is they have continually listened to feedback from the developer community and continue to make great improvements to the platform," Pasko said.
DotNetNuke is a Content Management System that Webtivity has embraced and recommended to their clients since its release in 2003. Webtivity has used the platform for local organizations such as the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce, Bradenton Downtown Development Authority and South Florida Museum.
"Coding for Not-for-Profit Day" is just one day of the four day destination event that will bring people to the area from all over the country. President and CEO of Webtivity Terry Thompson said, "One of the major reasons we relocated our business downtown was because of Riverwalk and the great downtown revitalization efforts. Donating a staff member to this event is just a small way of giving back to our community and helping to draw tech talent to our area."
About Webtivity Design Solutions:
Webtivity Design Solutions, headquartered in Bradenton, FL, serves clients throughout the U.S. and other parts of the world. Webtivity provides website design/development and cross-media marketing services including search engine optimization, pay-per-click, social media, email marketing, digital signage, and branding/identity services. Using a consultative approach, Webtivity works with clients to develop an effective marketing strategy based on their business, customers, competition, and budget. For more information, please visit www.webtivitydesigns.com.
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