Your Virtual Assistant website just launched: An example of simplicity and usability

14th October 2011
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Your Virtual Assistant website home graphic
Your Virtual Assistant website home graphic

Your Virtual Assistant website just launched; check it out here.

We focused on simplifying the design and improving usability. The profession of Virtual Assistant is much more popular in the United States and it’s just starting to take off here in New Zealand. Wikipedia tells us, “A virtual assistant (typically abbreviated to VA, also called a virtual office assistant)[1] is generally self-employed and provides professional administrative, technical, or creative (social) assistance to clients from a home office.”

A virtual assistant is a personal assistant you don’t have to hire full time, this works out for many small businesses with tight budgets.

Justine Tatt, owner of Your Virtual Assistant says she’s already started receiving enquiries, the ultimate goal of the site, and is ecstatic. This project has been very satisfying because I like to support small businesses (like mine!) and help them grow.

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Nathaniel Flick

I'm a Front End Web Developer passionate about usability. My primary specialties are HTML5, CSS3, SCSS, LESS, and jQuery and I am very familiar with Foundation and Bootstrap frameworks. I've worked on top of and with WordPress, Shopify, Rails, Python, and ASP.net/Umbraco frameworks.