Meanwhile, Yolinda Foss started putting a computer to use designing newsletters and business stationery by day, while husband Jason Foss whipped up some HTML and put websites together by night. Windows 95 was the latest and greatest, and colour inkjet printers were just starting to become popular.
Almost Anything Desktop Publishing was born.
Soon the spare bedroom gave way to the garage. A change of address gave way to downstairs. Which gave way to an office in Richardson Road, North Rockhampton. A husband and wife team added another graphic designer. Then a programmer. Then another designer. And eventually grew to a team of 12.
A slight change of name in 2006 to Almost Anything Web & Graphic Design reflected the evolution of our business.
In 2014 we moved into our current office at 73 Elphinstone Street. A renovated heritage-style upstairs area compliments a brand new, custom designed downstairs area. Both perfect for creative thinking.
And the occasional pizza-and-movie night…
In 2019 we closely examined what were we doing, what the industry was doing, where we wanted to, and how we could best help our clients. And so we made the difficult decision to downsize and focus on some core offerings.
No longer do we say “We can do almost anything!” (because we can’t) – instead, our focus is on playing our part to help you achieve almost anything!
Our core services are geared towards the sweet spot between what we’re passionate about, and how we can best help you get to where you want to be.