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Firstly, Welcome to the Association of Web Design Professionals also known as the "awdp". Created in 2008 in a bid to offer a directory for Website Design companies, the Association of Web Design Professionals built a simple listing website with the aim to help businesses in the creative industry a place to promote their business website.
Over the many years we have, like others, gone through many variations, design changes, styles, news reporting and many other trendy ideas, but what we found that remained the same, Web Design businesses where looking for a strong SEO link back to their own website, with the ability to also be listed in a top tier Web Design directory.
So here we are, many years older and wiser, but still with the fundemental value of offering a professional directory listing for Web Design businesses. As the tech industry changes and grows with new technologies and techniques to produce iconic and creative Websites designs, mobile applications, devices and what the future may hold, Web Designers and developers will adapt and grow too. Just like us at the Association of Web Design Professionals, we are always looking to learn.
Clearly the horizon of this industry has changed quite a lot over the years since we started, but we open our listings to any business that offers a web based service. iOS developers, Android developers, social media marketing and Web Design freelancers are welcome too!JOIN US
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