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Artemis Computing
web design, development, support

...want to see what we are doing for others?

We hope so... you can have a little fun exploring this section if you want to. Rather than just making a simple list of links to the websites we've created which are active, we're using this section to play with different ways of doing things. We made a couple alternative ways to view samples of our work. Many of the pages have interactive components.

Chrono with Notes

Scroll through a list of active websites shown by approximate age of design or significant update; with most recent first. A few comments are hidden behind each heading; click/touch to reveal. Some sections have 'more' links to a 4th level.

Home Pages

Browse home page screenshots arranged in alphabetic order by domain name for easy reference. Click/touch any of the images for more info. You can use this as a shortcut into the Chrono page and the interesting 4th level notes.

Screenshot Medleys

Browse a fluid arrangement of combo images showing how all the websites look up to 4 different ways. The order is semi-random; we reserve the right to change it around. Currently similar colors are grouped. Hover to enlarge a little, click/touch to enlarge a lot.

We'd love to hear from you...

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.

Artemis Computing - 46 Village Way, Suite 168 - Port Ludlow WA 98365


Contact Artemis Computing


46 Village Way, Suite 168
Port Ludlow WA 98365


We'd love to hear from you.

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