4-month review: Denver’s non-profit web site design
FourFourThree is a nonprofit Web site design company.
They work with non-profits to build great websites for nonprofits and businesses.
As an avid web designer, I’ve been inspired to design for non-commercial projects since I was a child.
I have a background in web design and I have built a portfolio of professional web sites and apps.
The website design that I’m working on is not for sale and is being developed by the Denver non-governmental organization The Denver Foundation.
For this project, I’m using HTML5 and CSS3 for the design.
I used Adobe Illustrator for the artwork and Photoshop for the layout.
The website is a non-partisan and non-corporate effort to educate people about the importance of non-discriminatory employment.
The Foundation has been collecting data and research on the effects of racial discrimination and discrimination against LGBTQ people.
It is looking to change perceptions of the issue of racial profiling and discrimination in the workplace.
The site includes information about LGBTQ rights, including LGBTQ job opportunities and rights to be free from discrimination.
The Foundation uses the following materials:This project will be funded through the Denver Foundation’s Volunteer Fund.
To find out how to donate, visit our Giving page.
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