About Us

Pondside Web Productions operated as a partnership from 1996 to 2006. With a new business structure came a new name - Pondside Digital Media Inc.

In this fast-moving world of flashy technology, it's important to choose the best solutions for your promotional and business needs.

From the beginning, the company's goal has been to bring information to the Web in a clear yet pleasing manner, emphasizing the value of the information offered on a site.

Our developers look before they leap and think about what our customers really need.

Together, our team strives to deliver the best Internet and Web solutions by providing a good balance of graphics and information resulting in a site which is highly organized, easily navigable and accessible to a wide viewing audience. Additionally, we offer only the best mix of new media technologies to satisfy both our customers and their audiences.

Over the years, Pondside has designed sites for businesses and organizations with many different focuses. The founders' specialized knowledge of the horse industry and a passion for 'things equine' gives Pondside a special edge in developing solutions for horse-related businesses!

We invite you to learn more about our Vision, Mission and Beliefs.

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Our specialized e-zine, the Canada Equine ...On-Line network of sites, for horse-lovers anywhere, is dedicated to the promotion of horses for enjoyment; emphasizing horse owner education and a directory of services. Established in November 1995, it offers a special venue to our customers who could benefit from marketing their products and services to those interested in horses!

Why do you want a Professional Web Developer?

When choosing a Web developer, keep these questions in mind:

  • What do your developers have at stake in their business?
  • Do they have the time and financial investment to be in business for the long term?
  • Are they dedicated to constantly upgrading skills in this 'leading edge' technology?
  • Will they be there when you need support and maintenance with your Web solutions in the future?