About

Digital Sky Design is the ongoing collaboration of two design and communications professionals with a breadth and depth of experience that rivals or exceeds much larger agencies. We both call the Portland area home, and in 2005 we decided to combine our skills to provide beginning-to-end web design and support services at affordable prices.

Capable of developing nearly any type and size of website, we also provide a high level of communication and personal service that larger firms cannot deliver. We want you to feel like you can call us at anytime and have the peace of mind that we won’t “disappear” on you. Our clients often tell us how great it is they can get hold of us 24/7 to report problems or make updates.

When you work with Digital Sky, you gain a genuine partner in your marketing efforts. We keep costs to a minimum while pushing for quality and performance without compromise. Our passion is to design a website that not only makes you look good, but also communicates efficiently and effectively with your web visitors.

Chris Jumonville
Web Designer

Digital Sky Design Team Member

The original founder of what became Digital Sky Design, Chris has an extensive background in computers, as well as art. In 1998, at the age of 15, he immersed himself in the field of web design. In a rare blend of skills, Chris combines a designer’s eye with technical mastery. He can build virtually any web design—from the simplest “starter” site to a large e-commerce portal—and make it fast loading, standards compliant, and error free. He speaks HTML and CSS as a second language and is also fluent in jQuery, JavaScript, PHP, and much more. Chris is also a WordPress guru and expert in SEO & PPC marketing.

Rick Meikle
Writer / Graphics / Print

Digital Sky Design Team Member

Rick is an award winning marketer, writer, and graphic designer with over 35 years experience in advertising and marketing communications. He is accomplished in crafting brand image and connecting with target audiences across web, print, and other media. A Stanford graduate in economics and communications, Rick began his career in 1977 as an advertising copywriter. He acquired additional experience as a graphic designer, account executive, and art director during the 1980s. In 1989 Rick became a freelancer—or “1-man ad agency” as he calls it. He is an expert in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, and more.