Walk-ins are welcome! Do you have a question about websites, apps or digital graphics? The best time to pop in is Thursdays 3:00 to 7:00 pm.
Appointments can be made other days, just call or email.
Whether you know about Web design or have no idea, just need a page up with hours and directions or need a comprehensive website developed, let's get you on the Web with style so your skills, products and services are out there for people to see.
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Owner Beth Shearon has a Bachelor of Science degree in E-Commerce and has been designing websites and hand-coding HTML on and off since 1995.
SeeMe Digital's highest priority for creating custom websites is loading speed.
It doesn't matter how good your site looks and how many tricks it can do if it doesn't load quickly enough to keep people from clicking away to something else.
Keeping clients and customers waiting when it is avoidable is inconsiderate of their time, and is a spectacularly bad start for a first impression of customer relations. This rudeness has been deemed acceptable by many development companies more interested in getting site development finished quickly, but clients and customers pay for it every time they access those sites, and companies pay for it in lost or stressed relationships.
Loading speed tests via Pingdom January and February 2013:
By contrast, one of the template software sites for which I do content management and webmaster services had a load speed of 60.01 seconds, pinged from Dallas, which is slower than 97% of tested sites.
It is a lot more work to make sites efficient from scratch instead of using shortcuts like site-building software and a ton of of all-inclusive code and script libraries. The work is worth it.
According to w3schools, today 90% of visitors have a screen resolution higher than 1024x768 pixels. Thirty-three percent are 1440 pixels wide or higher.
Mobile users are becoming more and more common. These screens are smaller and include special concerns for ease of mobile access.
More information: Website Display Widths
Are customers seeing you?