Hi, I’m Chaucee, a web designer, foster dog mom, and avid reader living in the mountains of Colorado.

My interest in web design started when I was a 12 year old on the internet. I taught myself basic HTML and CSS and loved creating custom looks for my Xanga and Diaryland blogs (am I dating myself here?).

Fast forward through high school and college (where my degree was *literally* called general studies HA) and I found myself in a marketing job at a branding agency in downtown Philadelphia.

After putting in a couple of years there without trying to lose my soul, I left my job in January of 2016 to start my own business, Westco Digital.

Today, my mission is to help creative entrepreneurs sign more clients, book more projects and increase their income with strategic websites so they can finally stop worrying where their next client is coming from and get back to doing what they love – growing their business and living the lifestyle of their dreams.

Pretty websites are nice and all, but that’s only half the battle!

My unique web design process that combines both design AND business strategy consistently helps my client reach their goals and I’m just as passionate about getting those same results for you!


I believe we all go farther, faster, together.


Be real. Be transparent. Be kind.


Do what you can, when you can.

Fast Facts

I am a firm believer in merging at the merge point.

I type really fast and learned how to type via AIM (no disrespect, Mavis Beacon).

I loovvvve to read but *hate* reading instructions.

I believe you can accurately judge a place by their french fries.

If I had to make a career change I’ve always thought I’d go back to school and become a therapist. Humans fascinate me even though I’m a hardcore introvert.

Things you probably don’t need to know…

When I’m not on my MacBook: I’m either picking up a new foster dog, trying out a new recipe, lost in the woods, or reading a good book.

My secret talent is: always picking the broken shopping cart.

You may not know: I used to live in Philadelphia but now live in a log cabin in the Colorado mountains. My weekends went from city life to chopping wood and hiking.