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Fashion I.T. Web Services Ltd is a B2B and B2C IT web design agency, specializes in:

  • Web site design,
  • Full branding creation,miara
  • Outsourcing IT to help in managing of whole IT infrastructure,
  • Serving your customers instantly through e-commerce and other web tools
  • Increasing your exposure to a global audience
  • Using real-time reporting to understand your customers and tracking trends

 We deliver completely flexible outsourced IT services to the most agile, forward-thinking businesses in the mid-market. We understand that dynamic businesses need freedom to flex strategically without the shackles of high-risk IT. Outsourcing isn’t a package: it’s the highest level of service we provide to our customers.

Information technology outsourcing or ITO is a company's outsourcing of computer or Internet related work, to other companies. It is used in reference to business process outsourcing or BPO, which is the outsourcing of the work that does not require much of technical skills.

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Summary: Jakob Nielsen's 10 general principles for interaction design. They are called "heuristics" because they are broad rules of thumb and not specific usability guidelines.

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MCP 2013rgb BLUE


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