View some of the websites we have created. The websites have been designed to look good, navigate easily and integrate with the company's pre-existing (if any) corporate materials such as logos, letter heads, etc.
Stephen Tannenbaum - Copywriter, Toronto
Comments: This design incorporate the client's original logo and marketing theme. The website was designed to accomodate samples of various sizes and types which are viewed in pop-up windows.
Canadian International Symphony Orchestra
Comments: Incorporates the CISO's logo and colours in the website's layout. There is two level navigation and each page contains a link to a printer friendly page. Uses a content management system to list performances and other events.
Asociación de Ecuatorianos en Ontario
Status: Under Construction
Comments: Incorporates the association's logo, english and spanish versions of each page and an easy to use update tool for the most commonly updated sections. Some pages have not yet been completed.
Fine Line Engraving
Comments: Uses a "brushed metal" background for the pages and an animated logo requested by the client. Visitors can see larger photographs of Fine Line Engraving's work by clicking on the photographs (which were supplied by the client) shown on the services page. A quote form allows visitors to request a quote from Fine Line Engraving. The homepage features an additional animated section requested by the client to list the services offered by the company.
Comments: Designed to incorporate a large photograph of a monarch butterfly while allowing for readability and simple navigation between sections.
Comments: Design was based on inanny's business cards and logo. An animated introduction page was created at the client's request. It provides entry to the website's two main sections. The navigation buttons remain in the same location all the time. Contact and applications forms were also created to provide visitors with the ability to immediately contact inanny.
Comments: Was designed to be as clean and as white as possible. A flash introduction, requested by the client, is only displayed to visitors on the first visit. Afterwards, the main page appears immediately.
Asha and Bashir E-Invitation
Comments: This website is an invitation only website designed to allow event guests to find out about the event, tell the hosts about their intentions of going/not going and allows the hosts to easily keep track of all the invited guests. For more information on how to have your own e-invitation website please see our Applications section.
Bobbie Flikkie's Kosher Kitchen
Comments: This website was designed for a traditional "home cooking" caterer in the toronto area. It uses a pink colour scheme as requested by the client.
Status: Under Construction
Comments: The website is for a new internet service provider. The website has only been partially launched. In the future the website will accomodate online sign up and account changes.
Comments: Designed to portray the vision of the company. This website is being launched in phases to allow the website to be functional and useful before all the information has been written. Designed together with Natalie Borg.
Comments: The design for this website is the transition of the website from a strictly sandbox website to the company's official website.
Midnight Soy Candles
Comments: We were asked to redesign the client's website to portray a more graphical and interesting design than had originally been developed. The static navigation menu was the client's idea and worked very well. In addition, the logo had already been designed and used on the company's products and website before. This new design aimed to put the logo in a prominent position to enhance the feeling of continuity. A new contact form was added as well as custom error pages.
Niagara Twin Event
Comments: This website and Logo were created to help advertise the 2005 Niagara Twin Event. The website replaced a previous, personal page dedicated to the event.
Thornhill Ward One
Comments: This was a redesign of the Thornhill Resident's Association's website. The redesign also included a new gallery page with photographs as well as more ways for visitors to interact with the Executive Committee.