About 10 years ago, Rick and I discovered that we enjoyed designing websites. In fact, we liked it so much that we began creating free sites for friends, family, and organizations: the Garden City Educational Secretaries Union, the St. Thomas Cemetery in Ontario, JMP Enterprises, and my own ancestry site, to name a few.
In 2002, we decided to try our hand at professional web design and formed Palmerworks. We began selling our services to small businesses in our then-current home town of Edgewater, Maryland: a local mechanic, a guitar shop, a realtor, a landscaper, and a karaoke/DJ service.
After relocating to the Detroit area, we began to branch out and started offering hosting services. In 2008, we partnered with photographer Lindsey Price and IT expert Brandon Billings to form Ambiquity Design, and added photography and IT services, as well.
Last year, Lindsey started her own company: Lovella Photography. Brandon assists her with clients, but will continue to provide contract services when we need his technical prowess for things like elearning system setup and backend server maintenance. However, the Palmers are now sole owners of the web design company, formerly known as Ambiquity Design.
As of June 1, 2010, we are reverting back to our old name: Palmerworks Design.
Our name has changed, but our services remain the same. Palmerworks will continue to provide web design and hosting services, plus design logos, business cards and other print media for small businesses. We’ve also added another new product: learning management systems.
The Palmerworks Design team will continue to offer affordable professional services. Palmerworks will work closely with each client when designing and writing new website content, and utilize a variety of marketing strategies to help establishing a viable internet identity.
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