TAGG launches new website and community partnership with Interface Web School 

TAGG (Together A Greater Good) is excited to unveil their new website which was developed by a group of students enrolled in Interface Web School. This project involved a complete rework of TAGG’s website with guidance from the Interface students, who were taught by Josh Collinsworth from Flywheel. “The class exceeded our expectations. The students were professional and responsive, and went above and beyond to create something to give our visitors a great experience,” said Leslie Fischer, co-founder of TAGG.

Interface Web School offers part-time, evening training for professionals who want to learn to code and want to add another skill to their arsenal. “The Interface Web School partnership with Flywheel has been an excellent community partnership. Dusty Davidson’s team at Flywheel is great to work with and committed to the results and success of Interface Web School students,” said Shonna Dorsey, co-founder and Managing Director of Interface Web School.

Flywheel is an Omaha Nebraska based WordPress hosting company which provides services from support to application development to companies all over the world. Flywheel is an Omaha, Nebraska based technology company which provides a web hosting and management platform for WordPress designers and agencies all over the world. “Our partnership with Interface is an incredible way to help build the next generation of WordPress developers and at the same time be able to give back to the Omaha community,” Dusty said.

Each future Interface class will be working with a local nonprofit to assess and address their website needs. This could include initial site launch for a new organization, or brand refreshment for an established nonprofit.

TAGG is well known for its bolstering relationship with many local nonprofit organizations, therefore was the perfect project to kick off this initiative.

Beginning August 8th, nonprofits can visit www.togetheragreatergood.com/interface to submit an application for consideration for a future Interface class.  “Some classes will create brochure sites and others will build a web applications. The projects selected will vary based on the course and project scope. We are so excited to be able to provide opportunities for nonprofits in Omaha to build new websites or refresh existing sites while giving our students great hands-on and real-world experience working with clients.” said Dorsey. Fischer adds “TAGG is thrilled to be a part of this unique partnership with Interface Web School and Flywheel. Our mission is always about finding ways to work together in our community for the greater good.”

About TAGG: TAGG provides a free mobile app, which allows users to TAGG their purchase at 175+ businesses who will give 5% of the purchase to the customer’s cause of choice. Giving back is as easy as snapping a picture of your receipt!

About Interface Web School: Interface is building people who build the web. Their goal is twofold: build people’s knowledge and skills for the web and increase the supply of technology talent for startups, small businesses and corporation in the Midwest.

About Flywheel: Flywheel empowers designers and developers to focus on what they do best — build beautiful, functional sites for their clients. They do this with their combination of software, friendly expert support, and rock-solid infrastructure.

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