The year was 1996.
Netscape version 1 was just getting upgraded to version 2.
At that time the world's most popular web browser fitted on a 1.4 megabyte floppy disk.
Bill Clinton was the President, a lot of the world listened to George Michael or the Spice Girls.
Webdesign was just being started by graphic designer and illustrator, Dave Blyth.
Beginning by building sites for companies such as Porsche, Mercedes and Audi but taking on almost any web project that came around, Webdesign's founder Dave Blyth worked 12-20 hours days to get his fledgling web company off the ground.
The 21st century saw the change-over to mostly databased driven websites using systems Webdesign have built.
Skip ahead to the present day and Webdesign are still building websites for some of the world's leading car companies from their offices in Auckland, Hamilton and Christchurch, New Zealand.