Thank you for checking in on our work. A full portfolio detailing our favourite web clients and what we contributed to their vision will be posted shortly. Mind the mess, we're still under construction.
To get an idea of the work we do, check out the following recent examples:
We worked with designers from JLM Studio to create this showcase for Waterloo Region's food culture. The site features restaurant listings, video showcases and market recipes from Kitcher, Cambridge, St. Jacobs and the surrounding areas.
For our second collaboration with Pathsone Mental Health we overhauled their entire web presence. We spent significant time with their team and stateholders to reorganize and reprioritize the content from their previous website to better expose their suite of services, workshops and other offerings to the public.
We worked closely with Nightmares' in-house design team to capitalize on the viral success of their hilarious daily Fear Pics and build an ongoing and robust archive. Social sharing and Facebook page integration were key goals, as was a mobile website specifically tailored to the behavior of their mobile users.
We were honoured to work with Pathstone Mental Health to put into action a vision developed by Pirate Toronto for Niagara's mental health anti-stigma campaign. The site design, developed with Sudbury's Bureau Group, had to balance readability and respect for sensitive subject matter with an impactful statement on righting a social wrong.
Robert Land, a military school for boys in Wellandport, ON, caters to a worldwide audience. They not only required specific permission levels for various faculty members but the site required full translation into Mandarin to cater to their growing Chinese audience.
Bird Kindom needed a bright, friendly relaunch that overcame their old website's problems displaying on a mobile, flash-free platform. We designed their layout, down to the thumb-sized menu buttons, to accommodate the ever-varying screen sizes to come.
Real estate agents have lots of online resources but St. Catharines RE/MAX agent Ted Boldt wanted something above and beyond: a showcase for the beautiful high resolution home images he worked hard to create for his clients. The existing MLS resources couldn't do it justice, an easy to update Drupal based website with a mobile variant did.
Niagara's Regional Tourism Organization has many stakeholders and lots of information to disseminate, from news and events to new commercials, slideshows and document downloads. Their fully responsive website design delivers this wealth of information to screens of all size.