A new top-level domain, .ing, is launching today, allowing users to build websites with a single word. The domain is versatile and can be used for a variety of interests, such as designing, giving to charity, editing documents, or going on adventures. Several companies have already embraced the .ing domain. Canva, an online design platform, offers design.ing and draw.ing options for creating and sketching ideas. Adobe Acrobat provides free online tools for editing, commenting, and signing PDFs at edit.ing and signing. Going introduces users to new travel destinations and cheap flights at go.ing. Giving Tuesday encourages charitable donations and offers ideas for everyday acts that make the world a better place at giv.ing. Mavericks Surf Awards celebrates the history and science of big wave surfing at surf.ing. Adapt, a clothing brand based in the San Francisco Bay Area, uses adapt.ing as a hub for creative endeavors. Mmm.page allows users to create websites with drag-and-drop templates for portfolios, link-in-bios, invites, and moodboards. Inkbunny Studios is a woman-owned small business offering quality body art at ink.ing. Nom Bot Dumplings combines innovative dumpling recipes with automated production at dumpl.ing. The Swiss Association of Consulting Engineering Companies aims to improve conditions in Switzerland’s engineering and planning industry at suisse.ing. As part of the Early Access Period (EAP), users can register .ing domains for an additional fee until December 5th. After that, .ing domains will be available at a base annual price through registrars. To find out where to register a .ing domain during EAP, visit get.ing. The launch of the .ing domain is anticipated to bring new opportunities and creative possibilities.