The Collective wanted to steer clear of anything standard and “stock-y”, and needed a website that could embody their youthful presence as an organization. Vibrant colours, a custom navigation menu and embedded video helped The Collective tell the same story with more youth-oriented messaging, visuals and overall structure.
Southside Church was looking to find new members to join their internal community and needed to make it easy to find and attend the Church, but they also have a robust collection of sermons, articles and stories to keep their visitors coming back to the site. A custom blog template, along with a detailed custom navigation make it easy for newcomers and returning visitors alike to find what they were looking for.
With a multitude of sermons to read, events to promote and teams to join, we know that visitors to the Free Life Church website would need some added direction to find what they were looking for. Reorganizing their content helped create a more streamlined user flow to the many locations on their website, as well as a link to an offsite donation portal.
St. Jude’s FC was a new football club opening up in Mississauga who needed a way to promote their new age-specific soccer teams, take online registrations, showcase game scores, and more. Using a combination of custom post types, along with an integrated ecommerce solution so that registrants could pay up front.
Halton Homeschooling is a homeschooling co-op which involves the parents of children very heavily in their offering, and thus the website needed to cater to parents of young children. This led to a fun and creative vibe in terms of design, but also very simple and directed calls to action. The site allows for separate online registration for each of the age groups, making it easy for parents to sign their kids up!
Liberty Junction Theatre needed a way to promote their different classes and programs, and a way to take and track online registration for their theatre courses. The site is regularly updated with new shows, new classes, and new offerings, so we created page and portfolio templates for these pages to allow the client to quickly duplicate and modify pages on the site.
River Oaks Insurance had different product offerings, but they all fell within a larger grouping, so they needed individual service pages, as well as a catch-all contact form. The contact page on their site allows customers to select what they are looking for and why they are reaching out, and directed navigation throughout the service pages (and other pages) on the site helps keep them on track.