A new startup that aims to revolutionise the web’s design industry has made a splash in the design world.
The startup, called Resume website, aims to make online design more accessible to those with disabilities, and it has already won a number of awards.
Designed by a team of designers, Resume uses a mobile app to help people who have a disability find a job and is currently accepting applications from those with visual impairments.
Resume is based in New York City and aims to attract companies with disabilities.
It’s also using the platform to hire talent, including the founder and CEO of an Australian startup called Assist.
The site has already raised $5m, and the team plans to hire more designers over the coming months.
In a video on the company’s website, the founders, Ben & Michelle Loh, explain how the app works:It’s like any other app.
You start a job, then you search for a project, then after that, you apply for a position, and after that a job is created.
But instead of creating a job itself, it’s the other way around.
You can hire and train other designers.
We’ve already created about 20 designers for the project.
We have about 1,000 people on the team, but we have to work really hard to find those people.
Ben & Mitch LohThe app, which can be used for everything from online job listings to job boards, is based on an open source design platform called Retract, which was recently purchased by Google for $1bn.
It has a number the developers believe will help them recruit more designers.
We think we’re on a good path to become a huge player in the industry and this is our way to help build it, said Ben Loh.
“Retract’s success speaks for itself.
There’s a lot of work that goes into creating a design platform, so we’re hoping that this will help us build a platform that people can use and use to build products that are more accessible.”
We’ve got this amazing platform, and we want to make sure that this is an industry that we can be part of.
Ben LothomBen & Michelle, who previously worked at The Washington Post, have a background in media design and have worked on websites for the likes of HBO and NBC.
Ben and Michelle Loughare also co-founded Assist.
They have designed the company and are also on the advisory board of Assist, which helps people with visual disabilities find jobs.
Assist says its app will help people find jobs on the internet, with the aim of helping people with disabilities gain employment.
It says:Theres a whole slew of new companies and startups launching in the world of design today, and as more and more people become aware of the accessibility challenges faced by their own people, we’re seeing companies like Resume making significant strides.
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