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Friday, 19 March 2010

DNA Freeway Meeting at Hatfield

Richard Logan, MD of Softpress and his team were invited to show their powerful Website creation tool, Freeway, to members of the Design Network Association and students of the University of Hertfordshire, at Hatfield Campus.
Andy Coomar and Mike Benjamin introduced the team of Joe Billings, Product Manager, Tim Plumb, Creative Director, and Web Designer Paul Dunning to DNA members and students from the University. We were shown how comprehensive the program was and how simple it would be to create Standards-compliant websites without the need to dirty our hands with obtuse coding. A thank you to Louise Burns for allowing us to use the University facilities.
I just took a few quick shots as a record of the event, and as I left I took two handheld shots of the Art & Design atrium to stitch together later so that the unlit signage could be seen in the final image.

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