My name is Liam Combs, owner of Due North Graphics. I have enjoyed designing graphics and art ever since I was 12 years old. I won awards in many art shows while in High School. My family purchased my first computer in 1984 to nurture my desire to design images. It was a local Radio Shack in Lexington, KY very essential Tandy 1000 from the local Radio Shack in Lexington, KY software I used was Print Shop for Graphic work.
Moving forward to 1995, I designed my first website for my parent’s local radio station. During that time, Microsoft Front-page was the only WYSIWYG and coding software to help with putting a site together.
In 1998 I had the privilege to do Southern Gospel group, the Bishops website. It was used to promote a new project, me, Reach The World. This was the first significant site I coded in HTML. And boy, have I learned so much since then.
In 2010 Due North Graphics was born, and after talking to a great friend Donna King, we came up with a name for my business. In the spring of 2010, I received a call from a local Drive-In to do their website and logo. That leads to more sites for several organizations and businesses, and churches.
I currently have clients from all over the US. Some have been with us for over seven years now. I am excited to see what 2021 brings to Due North.