ChineseABC – Video teaching Chinese App Changes The Game For Chinese learners

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ChineseABC – a contextualized video based brand new Chinese learning app. It fully engages users to understand the application and relevance of the context.

FUZHOU, FUJIAN, CHINA, August 15, 2018 / — Speaking fluent Chinese has never been easier with ChineseABC— a new, innovative mobile Chinese learning app. ChineseABC is exploring a more efficient way enhancing the effectiveness of Chinese language ability. The latest version of the app, released on August 15, 2018, features a significantly improved user experience and with personalization capabilities. These improvements add to the interactive videos and educational units that differentiate ChineseABC from other Chinese learning apps.

“We are very excited about the ChineseABC app and its potential to revolutionize Chinese language-learning,” says Dr. Allie Xie, co-founder and curriculum designer for ChineseABC. “Listening and speaking cooperated with reading and writing” becomes her teaching philosophy, with profoundly integrated in ChineseABC courses.

While most Chinese learning apps on the market use archaic language that sounds odd to even native Chinese speakers, ChineseABC is designed for students to finish the curriculum with a confident grasp of conversational Chinese. ChineseABC incorporated a comprehensive guide to Pinyin pronunciation through interactive videos, and informative units that guide students through contextualized scenarios in everyday life. The emphasis on vocabulary and grammar used in everyday conversation is a feature of the app that Allie highlights.

“Speak Like a Native” is the motto of ChineseABC, and it is living up to its name by helping students worldwide become fluent in Chinese.

ChineseABC version 1.1.2 is now available to download on the App Store.

About ChineseABC
ChineseABC is an innovative, mobile app-based Chinese language learning program that helps students learn how to speak fluent Chinese through interactive videos and units that guide students through contextualized everyday life scenarios. Founded in 2017, the ChineseABC curriculum was designed by Dr. Allie Xie, a former professor at the Princeton University intensive Chinese immersion program in Beijing. Dr. Xie received her Ph.D. in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics from Beijing Normal University in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language. ChineseABC is a product of Fujian Tianzhi Internet Information Technology Stock Co., Ltd, and is available for download in the Apple Store. Visit to learn more. For interviews, please email:

Allie Chen
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Learn Chinese with contextualized videos

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A new era of compassion

First look inside the platform

A world's first in the pets marketplace, Australian tech startup revolutionalizes the way pets are bought and sold online

MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, August 14, 2018 / — Shaping the future of the pets industry, myNewPet is an Australian based e-commerce platform that redefines the way users buy and sell pets. In a world’s first, they have built and online platform that combines cutting-edge identity verification technology, with the incorporation of an escrow service to ensure maximum security, efficiency, and transparency when purchasing and selling loved ones online.

The platform features three different account types; buyers, sellers and breeders. The seller and breeder accounts include an interactive analytical dashboard, which displays metrics on the ratings within listings, as well as view counts. There is a messaging component that allows users to contact each other and leave reviews, opening the door to a more reputation and responsibility focused pet community. The service offers a myriad of different payment solutions including credit card, debit card, direct bank transfers, and blockchain-based cryptocurrency payments.

Every feature is purpose-built and designed to create trust and transparency between users, with the goal of eliminating fraud and fighting against abusive practices.

● Confirming the identity of users through an Electronic Identity Verification process (GreenID)
● Collecting pet microchip numbers and breeder's licence numbers
● Offering a third party pet delivery service through Dogtainers
● Escrow account feature for payment processing
● Adhering to AML/CTF and KYC laws

myNewPet hopes to build a thriving marketplace where thousands of pets can find loving, caring new homes. The online service works constantly to detect, deter, and report scams, ensuring that breeders advertising on the site are treating pets with dignity and respect. The company does not support any sellers or buyers with a history of animal abuse or related criminal offenses. The company discourages time-wasters and fake enquiries by charging a small deposit fee for enquiries. In working as a mediator, it protects buyers, breeders, and pets.

myNewPet partnered with Australia’s oldest and most reliable pet logistics company, Dogtainers, to ensure every pet makes it to its new home in safety and comfort. All transportation is conducted under the care of licensed and trained professional pet transporters.

Eleanor Castellani
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Israel Tennis Centers Foundation teams up with 2017 James Beard Award-Winning Chef Michael Solomonov for NYC fundraiser

2017 James Beard Award-Winning Chef Michael Solomonov

Israel Tennis Centers is changing lives for thousands of young Israelis by teaching self-reliance, perseverance and focus – I am excited to create a meal to raise money for this very worthwhile cause.”

— Chef Michael Solomonov, 2017 James Beard Award Winner

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — Going from Kitchen to Court, famed restaurateur, author and 2017 James Beard Foundation’s Outstanding Chef Michael Solomonov, is on board to prepare a multi-course feast for Israel Tennis Centers Foundation annual fundraiser set for November 1, 2018 at Zavo in Manhattan.

“I am so proud of my Israeli heritage, and my passion for the incredibly rich world of Israeli cuisine has changed my life and shown me my life’s mission. Israel Tennis Centers is also changing lives for thousands of young Israelis by teaching life skills of self-reliance, perseverance and focus, and I am excited to create a meal in order to raise money for this very worthwhile cause.” states Michael Solomonov.

The Israel Tennis Centers Celebrity Chef Dinner is slated for Thursday, November 1st and will begin with a cocktail hour, starting at 6PM, followed by an intimate, seated multi-course dinner, chef meet and greet, wine-pairing, live auction and more, all benefiting scholarships to help vulnerable children overcome adversity through tennis and education at the Israel Tennis Centers Foundation.

The menu will include some favorites from Solomonov’s highly-acclaimed restaurant, Zahav, in Philadelphia, where it typically takes months to get a reservation. However, for this very special occasion, the menu will be kosher (following traditional Jewish dietary laws), which is not the norm at his other eateries.

“For foodies everywhere, this is a very special treat,” states Wendy Slavin, Event Co-Chair “But for people that are kosher – well – they are over the moon – to have the chance to eat a meal prepared by Chef Solomonov.”

“We are absolutely thrilled and honored to have Michael with us for our annual event,” states Claudine Nussdorf, Event Co-chair. “And are so proud to be associated with this globally recognized top chef – for what he has achieved, for both himself as a phenomenal chef and for Israeli cuisine.”

Israel Tennis Centers Foundation is an organization dedicated to creating lasting peace in one of the most turbulent areas in the world. Through tennis and education, their goal is to teach children of all backgrounds at the Israel Tennis Centers how to live successful lives. "Through the skills learned on the court, we teach our children in an environment of inclusiveness, unity, respect, diversity and caring," states Jacqueline Glodstein, Executive Vice President of Global Development. "As we believe, this will set them on the path to building lasting peace within their communities."

The focus of the ITC is on changing children’s lives every day so they can become better human beings. Through its social impact programs, a wide range of children are served, including youth at risk, immigrants from Ethiopian and Russia and children with special needs, from autism and ADHD to Down Syndrome as well as those with developmental and physical disabilities. The ITC also recognizes the ability of tennis to bring together children from different religions as seen in its highly successful Coexistence Program.

For more information or to attend this event, please go to: or contact Julie Kroub, Development Director at 212-784-9203 or Tax deductible contributions are appreciated either online or on site.

About the Israel Tennis Centers Foundation:
The Israel Tennis Centers Foundation (ITC) is 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization that works tirelessly through the mediums of sport and education to enhance the development of Israeli youth. Since opening its first center in Ramat Hasharon in 1976, the ITC has helped over 500,00 children, many of whom come from outlying and underserved towns throughout Israel. The ITC’s 14 centers stretch from Kiryat Shmona on the Lebanese border in the North to Beer Sheva bordering the Negev Desert in the South.

Israel Tennis Centers Foundation
57 W. 38th St, Suite 605
New York, New York 10018
(212) 784-9200

Hilarie Viener
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ITC Beyond Tennis

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Andrew Corbman Aims to Help Maximise Your Social Security Benefits

Andrew Corbman wants to help you by expanding on the finer details of social security, and how you can maximise its returns after retirement.

LANSDOWNE, , VA, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — With over twenty years’ of financial planning experience specifically in the fields relating to later-life income management and estate and legacy planning, Andrew Corbman is in the unique position to help couples and individuals plan the rest of their lives with regards to money. His company, ASC Financial, has helped countless people explore their options and plan for their future in a number of areas, including social security benefits.

What are social security benefits?

While not exactly uncommon knowledge, it’s worth rehashing definitions for the sake of clarity. Social security is the common term used for the federal Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program, which is administered by the Social Security Administration. Social security is collected and accrued through income taxes which everyone is subject to. All salaried income up to a certain amount determined by the law is taxed in this regard, but anything over $128,400 is not. In the long-run, social security payments will be paid back to you during your retirement in the form of benefits, or in the event of a disability that makes normal work no longer possible. Essentially, it’s a form of insurance that you take out against yourself for later on in life.

However, for many people, standard social security benefits won’t cut it, and simply won’t be enough when retirement rolls around. It’s for that reason that firms such as Andrew S. Corbman’s exist, to advise you on strategies to ensure that you can claim enough benefits to live comfortably.

How to maximize social security benefits?

There are a number of different variables to consider when answering this question, which is why consulting professionals like Andrew Corbman is advised. As a reputable financial planner, he will offer advice that covers:

The best age to claim social security benefits
Whether or not it pays to collect social security benefits early
The impact of divorce
The impact of a spouse dying

This advice, and much more, are all tailored to each individual case. There’s no blanket solution for financial planning, which is why it’s prudent to be in the hands of a professional who cares. Contact Andrew Corbman at ASC Financials today.

Eric Ash
Web Presence, LLC
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Dr. Temp Patterson highlights warning signs of throat cancer

Understanding the warning signs and risk factors for cancers such as that of the throat can mean the difference between life and death.

BURLEY, IDAHO, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — According to Dr. Temp Patterson, an otolaryngologist from Burley, Idaho, throat cancer often comes with several common and easily identified signs and symptoms. Cancer of the throat also has five primary risk factors, the otolaryngologist points out. A surgical subspecialty within medicine, otolaryngology deals specifically with conditions of the ear, nose, and throat, as well as related structures of the head and neck.

"People often ask me, 'when should I be worried about my throat problems being cancer?'" reveals Dr.Temp Patterson. "This is the information which could save their lives."

The ear, nose and throat specialist explains that the most common symptoms of throat cancer include a change in voice, trouble swallowing, weight loss, and progressively worsening wheezing. "Trouble swallowing, known as dysphagia, is one common symptom," says Dr. Patterson, "as is a change in voice."

The doctor is keen to point out that while these symptoms do not always indicate throat cancer, it's important to be observant. "If these symptoms persist for three weeks or more, it's imperative that a patient visits their doctor, and preferably an ear, nose and throat specialist, to make sure that they are not dealing with throat cancer."

Other symptoms include rapid, unexplained weight loss, and a sore throat, often coupled with a constant desire or need to clear the throat itself. "A persistent cough, especially where a patient may cough up blood, is another symptom which is especially important to get checked out," Dr. Patterson adds.

Along with progressively worsening wheezing, swollen lymph nodes in the neck are another indicator which should be checked by a doctor or ear, nose and throat specialist.

It's predicted that in 2018, over 13,000 adults in the United States will be diagnosed with throat cancer. "The disease is 4-5 times more common in men than in women, which is the single biggest risk factor for this disease," Dr. Patterson reveals. "This year, it's estimated that around 3,700 adults in the U.S. will die from throat cancer – equivalent to somewhere in the region of 2,975 men and 725 women," he adds.

Of the four other primary risk factors for throat cancer, Dr. Patterson explains that these are tobacco use, heavy alcohol consumption, being aged over 50, and a family history of the disease. "A family history, in particular, is a big risk factor," suggests the specialist. "Again, while tobacco use and heavy alcohol consumption do not always automatically point toward a diagnosis of throat cancer, they are highly significant risk factors for the disease."

"Age-wise," Dr. Temp Patterson adds, wrapping up, "those aged 50 and above are at an increased risk of developing throat cancer, so it's important to be vigilant as we all get older."

Eric Ash
Web Presence, LLC
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Suzette Belgarde explores equine-assisted coaching and its uses

Horses, by their very nature, are the perfect animals to assist in helping individuals who may struggle to develop presence, self-confidence, and awareness.

FARIBAULT, , MINN, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — That's according to Suzette Bernadine Belgarde, an equestrian expert, and advocate of equine-assisted coaching from Faribault, Minnesota.

Equine-assisted coaching is touted to help improve communication skills, establish an understanding of deeper trust, and to reinforce the importance of clearly defined goals with a view to more quickly overcoming obstacles and challenges.

Undertaken in a professional or personal capacity, on either a group, team, or individual basis, the practice has increased massively in popularity in recent years. Used predominantly by businesses to develop leadership skills within their organizations, or by high ranking executives to improve themselves personally, it's a rapidly growing market.

With that said, horses have been used in various forms of therapy and for developmental assistance since ancient Greek times, with documentation dating back as far as 600 BC. Modern documentation begins in Europe in 1946, with formal documentation from the U.S. starting in the 1960s.

Equine-assisted coaching takes much of its understanding and many of its disciplines from this and subsequent documentation, with the practice, now taking place in over 40 countries globally.

"The process of equine-assisted coaching improves an individual's ability to effectively cooperate during times of uncertainty and to understand the importance of roles and responsibilities," explains Belgarde.

It also helps to develop a deeper found respect for an individual's surroundings, according to the equine assistance expert. "It's about mindfulness and paying attention to a particular or given environment," she adds.

Other benefits are said to include accelerated development and understanding of leadership capabilities, improved self-belief, increased confidence, increased awareness, development of new approaches to leadership in the face of adversity, and, as a result, a particular ability to lead successfully in trying situations.

"Participants have told me personally how profound and effective equine-assisted coaching has been for them," says Belgarde.

"Ultimately, to bring about our very best selves, we need to receive timely, candid, and forthright feedback, all delivered without any sense of judgment," she suggests.

"Horses," Belgarde adds, in conclusion, and wrapping up, "are the masters of this."

Equine-assisted coaching is a variant of equine-assisted therapy, an area in which Suzette Bernadine Belgarde specializes, and which involves treatment centered around horses or taking place in an equine environment.

Also known as hippotherapy, activities are generally tailored to the promotion of physical, occupational, and emotional growth in individuals suffering from a wide range of health and wellness complaints. These include cerebral palsy, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, developmental delay, dementia, autism, genetic syndromes, and traumatic brain injuries, among others.

Eric Ash
Web Presence, LLC
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CICS Prairie Awarded Relativity’s Wired to Learn Grant to Expand Technology Access and Education

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — ​Distinctive Schools​, in collaboration with ​Chicago International Charter School​, announces that ​Chicago International Charter School (CICS) Prairie​, managed by Distinctive Schools, has been awarded a Wired to Learn grant from Relativity, a Chicago-based technology company.

The Wired to Learn grant, part of the company’s Relativity Gives community relations program, will directly support the school, and its students, by providing funding for 1:1 devices for students, a Smart STEAM Lab, and additional professional development opportunities for teachers and staff.

“CICS asks our school management partners to swing for the fences every day as they reimagine and redesign school,” said Elizabeth Shaw, CEO at CICS. “This significant investment from Relativity is a testament to the transformational innovation taking place at CICS Prairie.”

CICS Prairie is a K-8 public charter school nestled in the Roseland neighborhood on the Chicago’s South Side. The school’s mission, in partnership with families and school community, is to develop 21st century learners by providing authentic STEM education experiences through effective implementation of innovative and interactive learning programs.

“Our school community is one that promotes a positive and joyful learning culture,” said Jennifer Harth, School Director at CICS Prairie. “We are incredibly grateful for this grant so we can ensure our students thrive, and continue to develop as engaged and curious learners with the innovative opportunities the grant will provide.”

Relativity Gives was created to help youth — especially those with limited resources— gain access to the technology, equipment and training they need to be successful in today’s world. To date, the company given $2.1 million in grants to technology and education organizations that share that mission. Wired to Learn schools receive $250,000 over three years to implement the solutions they know to be right for their students, such as CICS Prairie’s new lab facility.

“We are excited to open our Smart STEAM Lab,” said Harth. “Our students will have access to the lab as part of their enrichment, math, and science curricular experience, and middle school students will even co-design and participate in STEAM Showcases throughout the year. This project will help students unlock their potential.”

“This grant will go a long way in supporting learning inside and outside the classroom at CICS Prairie,” added Scott Frauenheim, President at Distinctive Schools. “Ensuring that all students have access to technology that is engaging and supports their learning is critical to preparing them for success in college, career, and life. We are thrilled about our partnership with Relativity.”

"Technology helps level the playing field for future generations and we're committed to increasing access to it in the communities where our offices reside," said Dorie Blesoff, Chief People Officer at Relativity. "Wired to Learn grants make real, measurable difference in Chicago area schools and neighborhoods and we're excited to see how a great new partner like CICS Prairie will use theirs to help students engage and thrive as learners.”

CICS Prairie will celebrate the award at their Back-to-School BBQ on August 17, 2018 at 1 p.m. at the school located at 11530 South Prairie Ave, Chicago, IL 60628. Students, families, and community will learn more about the grant and hear from Relativity, CICS, and Distinctive Schools team members.

To learn more about CICS Prairie, and the event, visit ​​.

Chicago International Charter School is a vibrant network of diverse Chicago Charter schools which enables students to thrive every day, puts them on a path to success in college and life, and empowers entrepreneurial educators to pursue excellence through innovation.

The mission of Distinctive Schools, an educational practice leader committed to social justice and the elevation of access and achievement in underserved communities, is to support and ensure students thrive in college, career, and life.

At Relativity, we make e-discovery software to help users organize data, discover the truth, and act on it. Relativity has over 175,000 users in 40+ countries from organizations including the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 70 Fortune 100 companies, and 198 of the Am Law 200. Relativity's cloud solution, RelativityOne, offers all the functionality of Relativity in a secure and comprehensive SaaS product. Relativity has been named one of Chicago's Top Workplaces by the Chicago Tribune for seven consecutive years. Please visit for more.

Amy Vracar
Distinctive Schools – Chicago, IL
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Over 5,000 Tour Museum Exposing Psychiatric Human Rights Violations

Psychiatry an Industry of Death Museum

Psychiatry an Industry of Death Museum

Psychiatry an Industry of Death Museum

Museum demonstrates that psychiatry is not a trusted and safe expert for the betterment of mental health and mankind.

Lawmakers, human rights advocates, healthcare professionals and private citizens have toured the museum and are using the information to take action and forcing psychiatry to account for its crimes.”

— Citizens Commission on Human Rights

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health, has toured almost 5,300 people through the Psychiatry: An Industry of Death museum as part of an ongoing effort to educate Floridians on their rights under the Baker Act and are inviting all to view the museum at their headquarters in downtown Clearwater. The museum is open daily from 10am until 10pm and tours are free of charge.

Unveiled in July of 2015, the Florida version of the Psychiatry: An Industry of Death museum, presents the unvarnished history of psychiatry while also providing information on the state of psychiatry today. Consisting of 14 audiovisual displays revealing the cold, hard facts about psychiatric abuses, the museum uses interviews on the mental health industry from more than 160 doctors, attorneys, educators and survivors to expose the multi-billion dollar fraud that is psychiatry.

Coupling tours of the museum with seminars and workshops delivered by attorneys and healthcare professionals on the mental health law, known as the Baker Act, CCHR is working to educate lawmakers, doctors and all private citizens that psychiatry is not a trusted and safe expert for the betterment of mental health.

Of the thousands of people that tour the museum and attend center events are psychiatric nursing students brought by their professors to learn the truth about psychiatry. Students from nursing schools and technical colleges from across the state come to the museum to go through the 2-hour self-guided tour as part of their clinical days and find the experience to be informative and eye opening.

The museum is open daily from 10am until 10pm and events are held weekly and monthly. Both are open and free to the general public. For more information please call 727-442-8820 or visit

About the Citizens Commission on Human Rights: CCHR has produced seven award-winning documentaries, with 7 million DVDs in 18 languages reaching 120 million people exposing drugging in the military, the irreparable harm of electric shock and the labeling and drugging of children. Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit

Diane Stein
Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida
(727) 422-8820
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Psychiatry an Industry of Death

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Jordan Gendelman suggests five simple home renovation tips

Adding value to a new or existing property is often looked upon as an expensive and time-consuming process, Gendelman suggests this doesn't need to be the case

PALM BEACH, FL, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — "Start by giving each room a fresh lick of paint," says Jordan Gendelman, a professional interior designer from Colorado. "Whether it's a newly purchased property or a property which has been an individual or family's home for years, it's amazing what simply repainting can do."

Gendelman advises either coordinating paint colors throughout a property, or using contrasting colors to zone different areas such as the kitchen, bedrooms, and bathrooms. "You don't need to go overboard with color either," he suggests. "Instead, a fresh lick of white paint and a bold color on one feature wall per room can really transform a house."

Second on Jordan Gendelman's list is to upgrade existing flooring. "In an older property, consider ripping up carpets or cheap floor coverings to reveal what may have been there originally," says the interior designer.

According to Gendelman, many older or converted properties boast original hardwood or tiled floors. "Exposing beautiful, original flooring is a great way to add interest to a room," he suggests, "and in many cases, it can add significantly to both the character and actual value of the property."

In newer properties, or where any original flooring has been removed or damaged, Gendelman suggests fresh new floor coverings anyway. "Much like a lick of paint, a fresh carpet or replacing a laminate kitchen or bathroom floor can really transform the psychology a room," he adds.

"Next, look to maximize available space," says Gendelman. "Whether for additional living or storage space, consider turning arrested attic or basement areas into space which can actually be used."

While Gendelman is quick to admit that converting a disused basement into habitable living space is expensive, making it fit for storage or other purposes is much less costly. "If, however, there's a budget to properly convert basement or attic spaces, remember that it'll add significantly to the value of the property when it comes time to sell," he adds.

Along similar lines, and in an effort to maximize usable space, Gendelman suggests fitting a kitchen island. "Adding a kitchen island can as much as double the available worktop space in a kitchen," says the professional interior designer. "What's more, add a set of attractive stools and a kitchen island can double up as a practical breakfast bar, great for family life, as well as for entertaining."

Lastly, Gendelman turns his attention to outdoor space. "Perform a garden makeover," says the interior designer, turning his attention to exterior areas. "Think of any available outdoor space as an extension of a property's indoor space."

By landscaping, planting, and adding garden furniture, Gendelman suggests that homeowners can add significantly to their living space without breaking the bank or splashing out on building an extension.

"Furthermore," he adds, wrapping up, "if you can create a covered area, it's space which can be used all year round, come rain or shine, adding cushions and throws when the temperature drops."

Eric Ash
Web Presence, LLC
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KDG’s Higher Ed Web Design Team Wins Two dotCOMM Awards

logo for KDG and its higher ed web design team

The higher ed web design team at KDG was awarded 2 dotCOMM Awards

KDG has won two dotCOMM Awards for its work on new websites for Executive Education Academy Charter School and the Faraja Primary School.

The sites are a way to help them share their story and spread their mission.”

— Claudia Grossmann, UI/UX Designer

ALLENTOWN, PA, UNITED STATES, August 14, 2018 / — KDG’s Lehigh Valley web design team in Allentown has won two gold dotCOMM Awards for their recent redesigns of websites for Executive Education Academy Charter School and the Faraja Primary School. The dotCOMM Awards recognize excellence in dynamic website design.

Executive Education Academy Charter School in Allentown, PA and the Faraja Primary School in Tanzania, Africa may be an ocean apart, but both schools are dedicated to changing the lives of the students in their care, something KDG wanted to highlight in each unique site.

Executive Education Academy Charter School, or EEACS, is a K-12 charter school in the Lehigh Valley that prepares students for college and careers with community partnerships and a unique corporate curriculum. In addition to original photos and videos of students at work and at play, the site features distinct portals so parents, teachers, and students can find the information they need. (The school’s website can be viewed at

The website for the Faraja Primary School for Children with Physical Disabilities was a pro bono project completed by KDG. The website showcases student stories and pictures. More than 200 children are provided an education and medical care through the school. (The school’s website can be viewed at

“These schools are making a difference in the lives of their students,” says Claudia Grossmann, UI/UX designer at KDG. “The sites are a way to help them share their story and spread their mission. We are so glad judges recognized these schools.”

The dotCOMM Awards are only the latest the higher ed web design team at KDG has been recognized with. In 2018, KDG’s web design team has been awarded two AVA Awards, a Communicator Award, three Hermes Creative Awards, a Summit Creative Award, and two Horizon Interactive Awards.

To learn more about KDG’s award-winning web design team and to view several case studies visit:

About KDG: KDG has been a leading provider of higher ed web design, custom software development for businesses, and small business IT support for over 17 years. KDG has developed a reputation for being able to see and respond proactively to changing markets. Learn more at

Keri Lindenmuth
The Kyle David Group, LLC
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Welcome to KDG

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