Welcome to SeeSystems Design, multimedia by Curtis W. Smith

SeeSystems Design embarked upon the journey into multimedia creation in 1999. Created and operated by Curtis Smith, the goal is good design and service at a fair rate. With experience in many different graphic and technical mediums, SeeSystems has a unique ability to get the job done quickly with great results.

SeeSystems Design is your source for:

  • HTML5, CSS, Wordpress and Java Script based web site development
  • Photography and digital video
  • Technical and Promotional writing
  • Brochure, poster, advertisement and general graphic design
  • Digital music and audio creation

What's New?

SeeSystems web site gets an update (finally!!)

After many hours of work and just as many testing, an updated SeeSystems web site is here at last. My preference for clean layout is evident with the simple navigation and distinct header, content and footer sections. It uses custom HTML5 markup and CSS (no templates for me!!) and has a responsive design.
I have included a feature that has been on my mind for some time. The header/footer background image to the left will randomly change with each selection to another page or if the browser is refreshed. At this time there are 10 images used for the header/footer background but I will be mixing it up over time with more and different images.
This site will also serve as a type of blog for me to publish articles and ramble on about various subjects relating to multimedia. While the emphasis will likely lean towards photography, I will also add articles relating to all forms of multimedia (graphic design, web sites, 3D modeling, the list goes on...).
I hope you like the new layout and feel free to use those handy social media links in the menu.

New Article - I Love Waterfalls!

murhut falls

I have posted a new article about photographing waterfalls on the Articles page for your enjoyment. I have tried to add some useful tips on capturing images of one my photographic subjects. Most of the images were taken in the general vicinity of the Olympic National Park. You can click on the Waterfall image to go directly to the "I Love Waterfalls!" article.