Anita has spoken at various Master Builders Association events as well as at events with the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce on different website related topics.
Contact us if you are interested in having her come and speak at your event.
is the owner and creator of WebSight Designs, LLC. In 2002, she set out to bring her love of working with computers together with helping small business owners establish (and even rescue) their presence on the Internet.
She holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering and has always had a propensity toward working with computers. Basic computer logic and understanding came naturally to her as she expanded her information technology (IT) knowledge while working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, automating processes to support her engineering work which ranged from construction inspection and contract management to design project management, and supervising the production of topographic surveys. In 1995, she served as the system administrator of the Engineering Division computer aided design and drafting (CADD) and local area network (LAN) which officially started her professional career in the IT industry. There she functioned as an IT support specialist, doing everything from desktop support to server systems manager.
Learning the requirements of effective web design through reading lots of books, studying websites created by others and figuring out what actually works has been the key. The Engineer’s Motto “If it isn’t broken, take it apart and fix it” rings true with Anita as she also applies the theory into her web development.
The focus of WebSight Designs, LLC is to help small businesses create and maintain an on-line presence. Helping you with your website so you can do what you do best!
WebSight Designs LLC participates in various charitable events around the Puget Sound. Community service is important to us for so many reasons! First and foremost, we take pride in knowing that we are helping to positively affect the lives of others.
Green Kirkland Partnership - The City of Kirkland and Cascade Land Conservancy launched the Green Kirkland Partnership in an effort to tackle the growing invasive species problem and promote community stewardship. The partnership assembles volunteer work parties at local parks and forests to clear out non-native plants that overtake our natural areas.
Master Builder's Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBA)
Rampathon - a program of the Master Builders Care Foundation and the Remodelors Council™, builds free wheelchair ramps for disabled low-income homeowners in King and Snohomish counties. Since 1993, MBA members have built more than 200 free wheelchair ramps for community neighbors in need.
Painting a Better Tomorrow - an annual fall event, where members and friends of the MBA commit one Saturday to paint and make minor cosmetic repairs to homeless shelters and non-profit agencies throughout our community. Since its inception in October of 2004, more than 500 volunteers have painted and made improvements to more than 30 agencies.
Microsoft Orchestra/River Winds Community Band/Woodinville Community Band - The Microsoft Orchestra, River Winds Community Band and Woodinville Community Band provide opportunities for community musicians of all ages and all levels of experience to make music and improve their skills in a supportive and non-threatening atmosphere. The music groups play free concerts at locations around the Puget Sound, including the Seattle Center, the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, Crossroads Mall and local retirement homes.
Second Story Repertory/Seattle Musical Theater - SecondStory Repertory and Seattle Musical Theater offers year-round seasons of musicals, comedies, reviews, and drama. The theater also presents contemporary rock and folk concerts, improvisational comedy, poetry readings, informal stagings of new works, and many other special events. Local, live community theater develops the skills, community spirit, and artistic sensibilities of those who participate and produces quality productions that engage and entertain.
Muscular Dystrophy Association Lock Up - Local business and community leaders are "arrested" for having a "big heart" in the fun, MDA Lock-Up. Participants have warrants issued for their arrest and then have to raise bail (donations), before their court date. The money collected goes towards sending children to the MDA Summer Camp, buy wheelchairs, fund research, and a host of other MDA activities.