About Webb Design Inc.

From Webb Design founder Janet Webb, February 2015:



If you missed the Hall of Fame dinner, you will want to see Janet Webb's video tribute! #NMHospitality

Posted by New Mexico Hospitality on Friday, May 15, 2015


2015 is a year of big changes here at Webb Design.

After 33 years in business, I am restructuring Webb Design to allow myself more flexible work
time. I am “going virtual” and will work from a home office, with a tiny space in the TaosNet
building to house a few computers and our digital and paper files.

A venerable New Mexico institution is leasing my Paseo del Pueblo Sur office space – UNM
Taos! What a great use of the offices that have served Webb Design well since 2004.

I look forward to focusing entirely on BeyondTaos.com and TaosArtCalendar.com and have
plans for enhancing each site. I’ll also manage a few special projects including building digital
apps for both websites.

I am excited to refer Webb Design client work to some of the best designers and programmers
in the area—see the following page for my recommendations. All current and past digital files
are in safekeeping at the TaosNet office and if you would like your files retrieved and loaded
on a flash drive please contact me. Otherwise, they will be available to your new designers
and programmers when needed.

As for my fantastic staff, each has a different plan and several are still weighing their options.
Thank you Burrell (27 years), Karen (25 years), Howie (10 years), Curtis (7 years), Amy (9
years), and Nina (1 year staff, 7 years freelance) for your good work and loyalty through the
roller coaster ride of marketing tourism and the arts in New Mexico.

And thanks to you, my clients, vendors, and friends, for all the years of work, professional
challenges and friendly support. I wish you all the best in 2015—and beyond.

Sincerely, Janet

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