I am updating this post in light of the coronavirus outbreak in the Seattle area (and now nationwide). WebCami Site Design will not be booking in-person meetings out of an abundance of caution until further notice. However, this does not mean that I can’t meet with new clients or colleagues! Zoom online meetings have become…

Read More
In design we trust photo

In case it’s not obvious, I completely redesigned my website over the holidays.  This has become an annual tradition for me.  Every holiday break, I give my website a refresh.  Sometimes it’s just a tweak here and there, and other times, it’s a totally new look like this year. As a web designer, this is…

Read More
Privacy policy needs in 2020

If you haven’t added a privacy policy page to your website, 2020 is the year to get that done.  California has added a privacy law that probably doesn’t require your small business to comply, but as more states add laws, expectations are raised for site visitors to see a privacy policy on your website.  You…

Read More

Buying domains, whether it’s just one or many, can be a confusing experience for a business owner. You have choices on where to buy the domain, what extensions (.com, org, .net) should you grab, how much should you pay, etc. And what if the domain you really wanted is already taken? A domain name is…

Read More

I’m often asked what is the best way to send me text changes or text content for your website.  This can be applied to both new website projects, as well as changes to an existing website. New website projects There are two types of new projects I work on.  Brand new websites from scratch and website…

Read More

In my many years of being a web designer, I’ve seen it all when it comes to password management. Some clients have books they logged each password in.  Many clients will  “save password” on their browsers and call it a day. Others will simply use the same password for everything. And while I’m all for…

Read More