January 17 2011

Why HTML Website Design for Your Website?

Global Site Plans develops content rich and visually appealing html website designs.  HTML website design is especially useful when designing text-rich websites, supported by images.  Such website design is particularly useful for environmental non-profits, architects, engineers, landscape architects, and urban planners who desire a site that is search engine friendly (Google, Yahoo!, etc.), rich in photos, and in content.

HTML is still the most popular form of website design today because it is considered the most sophisticated and user-friendly programming language worldwide.  Additional common website design and development includes JavaScript, CSS, PHP programming, xHTML, and more. Each of these programming formats work in similar ways and depending on the desired outcome or goals for your site, we can discover which programming is perfect for your site and your company.

Overall, HTML is the most commonly used programming because it is cost-effective to create and change, is search engine friendly, and completely customizable to include rich photos and content.

Renée van Staveren

Renée van Staveren is the Founder of Global Site Plans. She holds a M.S. in Urban and Regional Planning from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She also holds a B.S. in Sustainable Community Development from Prescott College. Prior to establishing Global Site Plans and The Grid, Renée van Staveren was an Assistant Planner for A-M-M-A Transit Planning and the Program Director for Planet Green. In June 2014 Renée moved from Istanbul, Turkey, where she'd lived for four years, to return to the beautiful city of San Francisco. She is now a Manager at the Urban Land Institute's San Francisco District Council. You can find her at one of their many events, so pop in and say hello.

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