About Us

Papyrus Document & Design, LLC is a web design and business services company family owned and founded in 2002.

Papyrus provides web design, graphic design, social networking, e-mail list management, and online sales services to business, government agencies, non-profits, entrepreneurs, and public service agencies in Florida and throughout the United States.

Attentive personalized service, custom solutions, honest answers.

Your personal webmaster.

Raymond Dailey is the president and manager of Papyrus Document & Design, LLC. He earned an Associates of Arts degree from Edison State College in 2006. His wide range of skills include computer networking, computer-aided drafting and business management. Raymond was transplanted to Southwest Florida at a young age, and was a member of the inaugural graduating class of Mariner High School. Interests include fine art photography, scuba diving and running.
Kim Dailey is the webmaster and designer for Papyrus Document & Design, LLC. Kim began working with websites in the 90s, combining self-taught skills with professional development, college classes, and program certifications. Kim co-founded Papyrus over ten years ago. She volunteers as a regular Sunday School teacher at her church. Kim founded SundaySchoolSources.com, a website that offers free materials to children’s ministry teachers, which has spun off a business making and selling Sunday School training material.
We have reception staff with Premier Executive Center and a set of vendors who specialize in specific languages, including Drupal modules, WordPress, php programming and more.


The staff of Papyrus Document & Design believe in constant training. We dedicate a great deal of time and effort into learning and becoming efficient in the programs that will best meet your needs.

Programs for which staff have received professional training:

Expression Web
Microsoft Word
Adobe PhotoShop
Windows XP
Microsoft Small Business Training


Bachelor of Arts – New College of Florida
Associate of Arts – Florida SouthWestern State College