Artemis Computing is a small web design & development consultancy which has been Diane Allen's dba since the early 1990s. We often refer to ourselves in the plural here because of our nicely established network. Our physical location is on Washington State's Olympic Peninsula. We serve a national, and occasionally international, clientele. Interested? Browse our portfolio. Talk to our clients. Contact us.
Diane brings a unique skill set to web design & development, with talents for layout, organization, technical writing, and visual communication in addition to an impressive array of useful technical skills. If you are interested in Diane's early professional background, visit her linkedin profile.
Artemis Computing's specialty is custom websites which exceed your expectations.
As with most good design, the difference is in the details. Our sites are both attractive and well engineered. The websites we design are well-organized, interesting, and easy to get around. They are friendly to search engine robots and to humans. Our sites have always been flexible, now are also responsive, load well, communicate effectively, are a pleasure to use on all sorts of devices, and organically rank highly with search. The websites we create are an excellent investment. They last if you want them to; they don't fall apart after a couple washes.
Please explore our portfolio pages; they were created for you. You'll see that we work with a lot of interesting people who do a wide variety of things. The websites we have created with them (or for them) reflect well on them, and the sites themselves incorporate a variety of technology.
The easiest way to connect is via email. Our 'Contact' page has a handy form for sending Diane a message plus details for additional ways to connect.
46 Village Way, Suite 168
Port Ludlow WA 98365
We'd love to hear from you.
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