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i2i Vision Designs USA projects is a full-service web design, application development projects – graphic design company. We utilize unique ideas and methods to execute the best projects for our customers. Whether you need a new design for your new business or thinking about having your brand image completely made over, i2i Vision can help you get exactly what you’re looking for and more.Armed with a dedicated team of highly skilled professionals including Solution Architects, Web developers, Web Designers, Graphic designers, Quality Assurance Testers, i2i Vision is eager to create a masterpiece for your business.

The i2i Vision website design method is one of quality. And that is why “Quality is our Mark” is our code of conduct and lies at the very heart and soul of every project we complete.

We strive to make EVERY site dynamic, so our clients can edit things by themselves! We believe it’s a dis-service to hard code things into the code where clients cannot reach it. Some developers do that so you have to come to them every time you want to change things. We would rather put the content management in the hands of the client, and focus our energy on more important things. It frees our time for programming, adding new features, etc. And if the client is happy, they will give us more tasks. THAT’s “customer service”.

News and Projects

News and Projects

i2i Vision achieves high ranking with Search Engine Optimization

Whether you’re starting a new website or have found your current site is no longer bringing you the search engine visitors it used to, you need an experienced SEO consultant like i2i Vision to walk you through the SEO process. A very professional team will be working on your website to ensure that all issues are uncovered and that all SEO recommendations are implemented correctly.

Check out our Google high ranking for certain keywords:

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WordPress 3.6 available now

WordPress 3.6 available now
Wordpress 3.6 available nowThe latest and greatest WordPress, version 3.6, is now live to the world and includes a beautiful new blog-centric theme, bullet-proof autosave and post locking, a revamped revision browser, native support for audio and video embeds, and improved integrations with Spotify, Rdio, and SoundCloud.

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WordPress 3.6 available now

Latest version of WordPress includes 7 security updates. Update to 3.5.2 NOW!

WordPress Latest Update

WordPress Latest UpdateWordPress 3.5.2 is now available.

This is the second maintenance release of 3.5, fixing 12 bugsThis is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. The WordPress security team resolved seven security issues, and this release also contains some additional security hardening.

Read more about the details HERE.

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Happy Birthday, WordPress! 10 years!

Happy Birthday WordPress 10 years

Happy Birthday WordPress 10 years

Ten Good Years

Posted May 31, 2013 on WordPress.org by Matt Mullenweg.

It’s been ten years since we started this thing, and what a long way we’ve come. From a discussion between myself and Mike Little about forking our favorite blogging software, to powering 18% of the web. It’s been a crazy, exciting, journey, and one that won’t stop any time soon.

Happy Birthday WordPress 10 years

At ten years, it’s fun to reflect on our beginnings. We launched WordPress on 27th May 2003, but that wasn’t inception. Go back far enough, and you can read a post by Michel Valdrighi who, frustrated by the self-hosted blogging platforms available, decided to write his own software; “b2, a PHP+MySQL alternative to Blogger and GreyMatter.” b2 was easy to install, easy to configure, and easy for developers to extend. Of all the blogging platforms out there, b2 was the right one for me: I could write my content and get it on the web quickly and painlessly.

Sometimes, however, life gets in the way. In 2002, Michel stopped maintaining b2. Over time, security flaws became apparent and updates were needed and, while the b2 community could write patches and fixes, no one was driving the software forward. We were lucky that Michel decided to release b2 under the GPL; the software may have been abandoned, but we weren’t without options. A fork was always a possibility. That was where it stood in January 2003, when I posted about forking b2 and Mike responded. The rest, as they say, is history.

From the very beginning to the present day, I’ve been impressed by the thought, care, and dedication that WordPress’ developers have demonstrated. Each one has brought his or her unique perspective, each individual has strengthened the whole. It would be impossible to thank each of them here individually, but their achievements speak for themselves. In WordPress 1.2 the new Plugin API made it easy for developers to extend WordPress. In the same releasegettext() internationalization opened WordPress up to every language (hat tip: Ryan Boren for spending hours wrapping strings with gettext). In WordPress 1.5 our Theme system made it possible for WordPress users to quickly change their site’s design: there was huge resistance to the theme system from the wider community at the time, but can you imagine WordPress without it? Versions 2.7, 2.8, and 2.9 saw improvements that let users install and update their plugins and themes with one click. WordPress has seen a redesign by happycog (2.3) and gone under extensive user testing and redesign (Crazyhorse, Liz Danzico and Jen Mylo, WordPress 2.5). In WordPress 3.0 we merged WordPress MU with WordPress — a huge job but 100% worth it. And in WordPress 3.5 we revamped the media uploader to make it easier for people to get their images, video, and media online.

In sticking to our commitment to user experience, we’ve done a few things that have made us unpopular. TheWYSIWYG editor was hated by many, especially those who felt that if you have a blog you should know HTML. Some developers hated that we stuck with our code, refusing to rewrite, but it’s always been the users that matter: better a developer lose sleep than a site break for a user. Our code isn’t always beautiful, after all, when WordPress was created most of us were still learning PHP, but we try to make a flawless experience for users.

It’s not all about developers. WordPress’ strength lies in the diversity of its community. From the start, we wanted a low barrier to entry and we came up with our “famous 5 minute install”. This brought on board users from varied technical background: people who didn’t write code wanted to help make WordPress better. If you couldn’t write code, it didn’t matter: you could answer a question in the support forums, write documentation, translate WordPress, or build your friends and family a WordPress website. There is space in the community for anyone with a passion for WordPress.

It’s been wonderful to see all of the people who have used WordPress to build their home on the internet. Early on we got excited by switchers. From a community of tinkerers we grew, as writers such as Om MalikMark Pilgrim, andMolly Holzschlag made the switch to WordPress. Our commitment to effortless publishing quickly paid off and has continued to do so: the WordPress 1.2 release saw 822 downloads per day, our latest release, WordPress 3.5, has seen 145,692 per day.

I’m continually amazed by what people have built with WordPress. I’ve seen musicians and photographers, magazines such as LifeBoingBoing, and the New York Observergovernment websites, a filesystemmobile applications, and even seen WordPress guide missiles.

As the web evolves, WordPress evolves. Factors outside of our control will always influence WordPress’ development: today it’s mobile devices and retina display, tomorrow it could be Google Glass or technology not yet conceived. A lot can happen in ten years! As technology changes and advances, WordPress has to change with it while remaining true to its core values: making publishing online easy for everyone. How we rise to these challenges will be what defines WordPress over the coming ten years.

To celebrate ten years of WordPress, we’re working on a book about our history. We’re carrying out interviews with people who have involved with the community from the very beginning, those who are still around, and those who have left. It’s a huge project, but we wanted to have something to share with you on the 10th anniversary. To learn about the very early days of WordPress, just after Mike and I forked b2 you can download Chapter 3 right here. We’ll be releasing the rest of the book serially, so watch out as the story of the last ten years emerges.

In the meantime, I penned my own letter to WordPress and other community members have been sharing their thoughts:

You can see how WordPress’ 10th Anniversary was celebrated all over the world by visiting the wp10 website, according to Meetup we had 4,999 celebrators.

To finish, I just want to say thank you to everyone: to the developers who write the code, to the designers who make WordPress sing, to the worldwide community translating WordPress into so many languages, to volunteers who answer support questions, to those who make WordPress accessible, to the systems team and the plugin and theme reviewers, to documentation writers, event organisers, evangelists, detractors, supporters and friends. Thanks to the jazzers whose music inspired us and whose names are at the heart of WordPress. Thanks to everyone who uses WordPress to power their blog or website, and to everyone who will in the future. Thanks to WordPress and its community that I’m proud to be part of.

Thank you. I can’t wait to see what the next ten years bring.

Final thanks to Siobhan McKeown for help with this post.

April 13, 2013 – i2i Vision launches West Law Firm, LLC website redesign

West Law Firm LLC website redesign

West Law Firm LLC website redesign

West Law Firm, LLC needed a fresh website design to help improve their image on the web as a solid & credible organization. SEO was a factor in the redesign as well, as the client requested to maintain their current rankings. (Search Google, for “personal injury lawyer west virginia“.)
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i2i Vision designed the site & graphics, including the blog, opt-in newsletter and social media integration. It was programmed to work in multiple browsers, various screen resolutions and compatible for mobile devices by utilizing responsive design.

The site is available here: West Law Firm, LLC (http://www.wvpersonalinjurylawyer.com)

April 13th, 2013

West Law Firm LLC website redesign

Testimonial from Lora Canary, author of “Happy Sexy Money”

Testimonial Lora Canary

Testimonial Lora Canary

Testimonial Lora Canary“i2i Vision knows web design and functionality like the back of their hands. To say they are timely would be an understatement! They did more in ONE DAY than other web designers I’ve worked with do in a week. I am not exaggerating. Their eye for design and attention to detail has made this project (which was to take a website from nothing and turn it into one that rivals the big boys) seem easy.

They provided mock-ups, designed graphics from scratch, came up with ideas I never thought of to ask for (that were really important) and made the whole process seem like easy peasy. I recommend this team to anyone who is looking for great design, great attention to detail, reasonable cost, and quick turnaround. The quick turnaround was of huge importance to me and when they say they can do it, they mean it, even if it includes during holidays and weekends – which is what happened with my project. They took the time to understand who I was and the purpose of the website and how best to present that on the web. They took the time to get to know my book and my products so she could make suggestions. They even designed an animated browser icon for my website!

My website is so amazing because of the work of this amazing team. Don’t hesitate, they will make you very happy you chose them.

Sincerely,
Lora Canary, Author – Happy Sexy Money, The 5 Secrets to Creating All You Desire in Happiness, Love, and Wealth.”

January 17, 2013 – i2i Vision launches Happy Sexy Money website redesign

Happy Sexy Money

Happy Sexy Money

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The Happy Sexy Money website needed a fresh design to announce and market the new book. The book outlines “5 Secrets to Create All You Desire in Happiness, Love, and Wealth”.  It is written by Lora Canary, M.H.A., CEO & Founder of Life is Magic, LLC, “The Ultimate Authority in Creating Your Desires NOW!”.

i2i Vision designed the site & graphics, set up the blog, eCommerce, opt-in integration, YouTube video integration, and social media integration including the design and set up of Facebook and Twitter pages. It was programmed to work in multiple browsers, various screen resolutions and compatible for mobile devices by utilizing responsive design.

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January 17th, 2013