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MedZilla.com Launches New Site Design for 2013, Slick New Interface Impresses
Date:1/22/2013

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 22, 2013

Launched in January 2013, the new MedZilla website has been completely redesigned and upgraded, now boasting streamlined navigation and cutting-edge design.

"We wanted to make sure we weren't sacrificing the power of MedZilla's features for a graphical upgrade," said John Burkhardt, MedZilla's Managing Director. "Our team has put together a great product that will improve the results of everyone looking for a job or an employee."

In addition to boosting the website’s aesthetic appeal, the redesign is geared to enhance usability for both job-seekers and clients. Job-seekers will find a new, streamlined interface along with important search tools in convenient, easy-to-find locations. On the client side, a similarly-streamlined interface and clear navigation makes it simple for clients to use MedZilla's job posting services and more efficiently access the candidate database.

On the graphical front, MedZilla has updated their logo and reworked the site to include a more modern, clean feel. High quality and industry-relevant links to articles and further information coupled with an enticing new color scheme to help highlight important information and links, along with new apparel for MedZilla's resident mascot.

MedZilla.com has also been upgraded to allow staff to easily update content, ensuring its freshness while improving its organizational design. The new content reinforces the company’s image as a comprehensive and up-to-date resource on the biotechnology, healthcare, pharmaceutical, science and research fields.

"I'm excited to work with it," said Del Johnston, Client Relations Manager. "It's so clean and simple, it brings the information you need to the forefront. It's always great when a website you use regularly gets the upgrades you've always wanted it to have." Johnston wen
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