Keith Bogle Studio


Who can use and benefit from a web site?

Pretty much anyone, any group, any team or business can benefit from a web site, and it doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg. If you're interested in a web site, please
don't hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments or concerns.

Below are some links and screen-shots of some of my web designs:

My current site:


An archive of "standuptosexualabuse[.]com":


My photography site that I had for years:


This is a site I had the honor to be the web tech for for several years until I lost web publishing capabilities:

Someone else was gracious enough to step in and
continue the site. I strongly encourage you to grab
a snack and/or a favorite beverage and take a
few moments to check it out:


Another site I had the honor to be the web tech for
 for a few years:


Another site I was working on for a first year coach.
She stopped communicating with me when she abruptly resigned as coach and moved on to another school,
so this site was never developed:


I have several more screen shots of previous designs, available to interested parties on request.


When I first looked into getting a web site years ago, I contacted a tech company who specialized in web design and got an estimate of - if I recall correctly - $1,900 just to create it not to mention the maintenance fees. At that point I decided I'm going to do it myself and looked into software and learned the basic ins-and-outs of web design using the then current Microsoft software.

Ultimately, in this fast-paced, keep-up-with-this-years-tech society, hosting companies stopped supporting the software. At that point, short of buying new software (that I couldn't really afford), I was forced out of having my own and others web sites. After spending 30 minutes on the phone with GoDaddys "would you like fries with that" tech support to see how to use the same software in a FTP manner, which I understood was very do-able at their site, but actually wasn't for me, I fully abandoned web design. [It didn't help that spending 30 minutes on the phone with them and talking with two different people, I swear I heard the last guys voice crack with excitement when he found an online link that "explained it all!"..... the same link I had found, among many others, after a quick 10 second Google search prior to calling them.]

It wasn't until I literally [digitally] stumbled upon a company in Colorado a few months back that specializes in supporting my (and apparently many others) old software that I got back into web design.


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