Can anyone see this site?

Will anyone stick around to wait for it to download?

The most important aspect of Web Design is not in how many bells and whistles a page has, nor is it in how many graphics a site shows. The most important aspect is answering those two questions. If you are trying to reach an audience as diverse as is found on the internet, you quickly will realize that not everyone can view the latest and greatest programming, or are willing to wait for a very large graphic to download.

We realize that there are newer technologies and techniques that would better show our capabilities and our skills, and there are a number of pages on this site which do just that, however the main portion of the site was kept rather simple. We maintain several versions of this site to accomodate a variety of browsers.

Through the use of small redundant graphics this site should be quick loading and easily navigated.

By keeping the amount of information light on each page the user should be able to find what they are looking for with a minimum of time and effort spent.

We have purposefully avoided some technologies because we know that certain browsers cannot handle them without crashing - Javascript and Microsoft's Internet Explorer for example. There are a few places that will look differently on different browsers and we have endeavored to make this site pleasant under most circumstances.

Interspersed throughout the site are links to technical notes regarding some aspects of this site. We hope that this will make your visit more enjoyable.

If you have any comments or questions about this site, or any of our clients sites, please feel free to contact us

Thank you for your time and consideration.

The Staff

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