Orange County

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Simple Lives Orange County Web Design is located exactly halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, ideally suited to be in tune with trends and developments in one of the most viable and fast growing business corridors in North America. We have been in Orange County for decades, developing web sites before most people realized the potential of the internet.

We know that many local businesses like to shop locally themselves and support Orange County businesses. And we are proud to be an Orange County web site design service. But please know that we are ready to be of service no matter where in the world you are located. Thanks to the global reach of the web, we have had clients all over North America and the world.

Cabinet photograph of Miguel Pryor and Rosa Sepulveda Pryor. Photograph of Miguel Pryor, and Rosa Sepulveda Pryor, ca. 1890

Early Orange County. Photograph of Miguel Pryor and Rosa Sepulveda Pryor, ca. 1890. Miguel is the son of Nathaniel (Miguel) Pryor. The Pryor family purchased the San Clemente area as well as the San Juan Capistrano area from the Vejar family in the 1850s.

Orange County Business News

Feed courtesy Orange County Business Journal

  • NAWBO OC Will Honor 4
    The OC chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners will honor four business women at its Remarkable Women Awards Gala at City National Grove of Anaheim on May 11. Read more »
  • Luxe Magazine Parent Buys Competitor
    Modern Luxury, the parent publisher of Modern Luxury Orange County magazine, bought a competing publisher, GreenGale Publishing LLC, which expands its stable of luxury lifestyle titles. Read more »
  • Midday Stock Roundup
    The S&P 500 was down 0.2% in midday trading to 2,350.78. Read more »
  • Business Journal Publisher Introduces New Editor
    I am pleased to announce that Pete Weitzner will be joining the Business Journal’s newsroom as its new editor, commencing the last week of May. Read more »
  • Veritone Prices IPO
    Newport Beach-based start-up Veritone Inc. will sell 1.25 million shares of common stock valued between $14 and $16 per share under terms of its initial public offering, according to a filing today with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Read more »
  • Unemployment Unchanged
    OC’s unadjusted unemployment rate was 3.7% in March, unchanged from a revised 3.7% in February and below the 4.2% reported in the same period last year, the state Employment Development Department said. Read more »
  • $3M CSUF Grant for Math Work
    California State University-Fullerton received a grant of nearly $3 million from the National Science Foundation. Read more »
  • Execs’ Optimism Dips As Election High Fades
    Optimism among Orange County business owners and executives has subsided after the all-time high recorded in the first quarter, according to the latest California State University-Fullerton’s Orange County Business Expectations Survey. Read more »
  • Midday Stock Roundup
    The S&P 500 was up 0.8% in midday trading to 2,356.72. Read more »
  • Mazda Hires CMO
    Irvine-based Mazda North American Operations hired Dino Bernacchi as its chief marketing officer, a new position. Read more »
  • Kaiser Aluminum Beats in Q1
    Kaiser Aluminum Corp. reported revenue and earnings for the first quarter that beat Wall Street expectations. Read more »
  • Whittier Law Won’t Enroll New Students
    Whittier College’s board of trustees said today it won’t enroll a new class in the fall at its law school and “at the appropriate time, the program of legal education will be discontinued.” Read more »
  • CSUF’s Gordon Dies
    California State University-Fullerton's fourth president, Milton Gordon, died today after a long illness. Read more »
  • Midday Stock Roundup
    The S&P 500 was flat in midday trading at 2,342.98. Read more »
  • Houzz It Done It?
    It started out in 2012 as a small, 18-person office in Irvine whose “tight-knit” team had breakfasts and lunches together. Nowadays, Orange County is home to the biggest chunk of Palo Alto-based Houzz Inc.’s workforce. About 500 employees work in support, sales and e-commerce for the online home-improvement idea generator and marketplace. Read more »