Net Tango was honored to design the new website for Degrees Work, a community-wide initiative led by KentuckianaWorks. New features include responsive design, simplified navigation, and improved user experience.
Degrees Work serves employers throughout Greater Louisville, encouraging workers to earn a college degree. As a partnership-based program, the website serves as its primary communication tool, and offers resources and program information for both employers and employees.
Each year at Thanksgiving, our team is reminded of how blessed we are with incredible clients and partners across the U.S. As you prepare to spend time away from the office with family and friends, please know what a great privilege it is to serve you.
This month’s Net Tango Today features an exciting new customer, a first-hand account on the value of Drupal certification, and a community-oriented STEM initiative I’m thrilled to be part of.
Application Development Improves American Printing House for the Blind
Net Tango is thrilled to begin a new partnership with long-time industry leader, American Printing House for the Blind (APH). For over 150 years, APH has been serving visually impaired children and adults throughout the United States.
In collaboration with the leadership team at APH, Net Tango will plan, develop, and implement a brand new student registration system, which will enable students to benefit from APH services and products.
by Danny Pape, Acquia Certified Drupal 8 Developer
Advancing Our Industry
As a front-end developer, I’m keenly aware of the constant changes within our industry. Today, nearly 40% of .gov sites are powered by Drupal, and that number is growing. As Drupal continues to gain acceptance, Net Tango realizes the value of being a digital experience leader. It’s up to our development team to continually raise the bar in order to give clients the very best.
Net Tango President & CEO, Susan Weiss is teaming up with the Girl Scouts, Mercy Academy, and the Kentucky Science Center. As president of the KSC board, she’s working to expand opportunities for hands-on STEM learning throughout Greater Louisville.
“Let’s inspire creativity, innovation and problem solving.
Net Tango President and CEO, Susan Weiss, was honored as a recipient of the Presentation Academy 2016 Tower Award in Business, Technology and Trade.
Celebrating its 21st Anniversary, the Tower Awards is an annual mission-driven event honoring women leaders in their fields and highlighting the contributions and talents of these role models to Presentation Academy students and the Kentuckiana community.
“Computer science, coding and careers in STEM are vitally important to the continued success of our commonwealth and our country.