An association is defined as an organized body of individuals or groups who share a common interest or cause; usually identified by the presence of "association" in the title. Most often requires membership for access to benefits and resources.
Not-for-profit organization offers to archive Web sites after the author is deceased. Includes history of the organization and forms for site owners and volunteers.
Members build customer trust and credibility by placing a seal of membership on their site.
Group advocating professionalism and Christian principles in web design work. Membership privileges include a free online course for improving your web site.
Global nonprofit group open to companies actively engaged in the sale of interactive advertising and marketing. Membership features IAB events, research tools, industry news, and a newsletter.
A group of professionals and enthusiasts/ hobbyists who create human interfaces for the Web, champion the use of standards, accessibility and usability, and aim to uplift the state of web design in the country.
Student Organization at Purdue University, dedicated to furthering the interest and knowledge of our members in all aspects of web development.
Promotes industry standards within the UK new media sector. Features free membership, a searchable directory, use of the UKWDA logo, a monthly newsletter, and dispute resolution service.
The World Wide Web Consortium was created to lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing common protocols that promote its evolution and ensure its interoperability.
List of current members of the World Wide Web Consortium.
For web designers and developers who are interested in web standards (HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, XSLT etc.) and best practices (accessible sites using valid and semantically correct code).
Promoting standards compliance on the Web.
Resource for female (and male) web designers, developers and programmers, featuring tips and tutorials on a variety of web related subjects. Features several mailing lists including one for Java script.
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