Here is a sample of some of the sites we've done. In some cases, we did the complete design. In other cases, we took a design from a design or marketing firm and implemented that design. Please feel free to browse our work, read the case studies, and let us know if you have any questions.

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Accelerated Evolution Accelerated Evolution

A sophisticated, C-suite-level organisational transformation consulting firm went from a hard-coded-HTML-based site that really didn't reflect their brand and was hard to manage and update to a full content-management-based website where consultants could contribute content easily, keeping the site alive and up-to-date, with a look that better aligned to the company's branding and culture.

ClimbingPartner.net ClimbingPartner.net

A multi-featured community website for rock climbers and outdoor enthusiasts, ClimbingPartner.net boasts a very detailed profile, which is searchable across the entire site, as well as private messages, articles and media content.

Crag Crux Climbers Crag Crux Climbers

An amateur athletic association had a couple of static web pages, and used Yahoo! groups to manage communications, with Yahoo! branding and advertisements instead of their own.  Not they have a fully featured community site, with more features than they did before, and branded with their own logos, slogans, and other material.

exeQutive exeQutive

Founded in 2007, exeQutive didn't have a web presence three years later.  Today, exeQutive.ca reflects the organisation's branding, is the on-line brochure for the organisation, and offers members enhanced networking capabilities through comprehensive professional profiles, events listings, eVite-like invitations and RSVPs to events, and more!

Investigative Research Group Investigative Research Group

A corporate website went from outdated, flash-based, and static to a dynamic, content-management-based system with company staff now in control of their website.

Lotus Gill Pilates Lotus Gill Pilates

An entrepreneur needed to get her name and her product "out there".  She had a domain name, but nothing else.  Using one of many open-source themes, we were able to get her site up quickly, modifying it slightly for her needs and branding, and providing her the ability to manage her on-line presence herself.

OutSport Toronto OutSport Toronto

A brand-new umbrella amateur athletic association needed a web presence to not only make itself known, but to act as a communication hub for member organisations.

Ryan Dunlop Design & Drafting Ryan Dunlop Design & Drafting

A talented designer and draftsman was looking for a way to show prospective clients what he could do.  He wanted to point them to a place on-line.  He knew he needed a website that not only had samples of his work, but also reflected good design sense.

The Privacy Solution The Privacy Solution

A company with excellent technology important to the privacy of all Canadians needed to get its message on-line.  An initial static website was up and running for a while, but now it was time to move to the next level.