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The new AWIA (formally known as Port80) Website is live!

After a number of late nights and long hours, the volunteers on the AWIA committee have flick the big red switch on the brand-spanking new AWIA website.

The new AWIA WebsiteThanks to Adrian Lynch for the design and Alex Graham for the HTML/CSS trickery – the site looks great!

My contribution was the Ruby on Rails powered membership system and podcast section (As a added benefit, you get to hear my dulcet tones on the first set of Port80 Mini-talk podcasts). The membership system now allows members greater control of their accounts and uses a secure credit card facility, rather than a third party payment site. If you are an existing member, you should have received a email with your password.

This is the next step in promoting the new AWIA brand. The year looks very exciting for AWIA, with plans for another Ideas event, the WA Web Awards and perhaps some other events. It also looks like the Brisbane and Adelaide chapters will be starting up this year as well. If you aren’t a member and you in the Australian Web Industry, maybe it is time to join up?

So what do you think?

2 comments

  1. Awesome work dude - you guys really have done a top-notch job!



    And it's got Rails'y goodness - a Web 2.0 AWIA, what more could we ask for?!?
  2. Thanks Jason. I'm trying to squeeze a Google Maps Mash up in there some where, but other than that I think it covers all bases :)

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