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Retrofitting Our “Mobile First” Strategy –

Retrofitting our Mobile First strategy to an existing site.

“Mobile First” is the battle cry for pretty much every design/development team; with today’s ever increasing mobile traffic across the entire web, it’s no surprise either. BUT, what if a client has an existing site that they like, that they want to keep? Except, they also want it to ‘just work on mobile devices too’. […]

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Performance Geek – New WooCommerce Shop

Performance Geek - Get Onnit in Canada from

It’s pretty straight forward; I love WordPress and I love WooCommerce. So when a good friend and I decided to launch an online shop filled with performance supplements and gear, the obvious choice of software was WooCommerce. The WooThemes team has been diligently plugging away for a couple of years now and the end result […]

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Connect LV13 & NATVA 2013 Poken Boards

Proctor & Gamble - Wella Professionals - Connect LV13

So we went to Vegas last month… …yeah, we did.  #EndlessInVegas, that was our hashtag.  Our favourite people over at Proctor & Gamble/Wella Professionals Canada had us down there to help out with the in-person networking (Pokens), social networking, social media, etc for their annual Connect training seminar and for NATVA 2013 (North American TrendVision […]

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A New Responsive

Responsive eCommerce Design for

The site we did a few years ago was doing great bringing in traffic and inquiries; Intercontinental Skyline Group, our client, felt that there were missed opportunities in the large amount of traffic they were seeing because they didn’t have a proper eCommerce portion to their site.  After some discussion and showing them a […]

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TrendVision 2013

TrendVision 2013

Another Facebook Tab for P&G/Wella Professionals TrendVision 2013; this one’s a bit more advanced as it allows users to upload their photo entries for the contest directly through Facebook. The biggest concern with online forms like this is file validation and security.  While CAPTCHA codes are all the rage these days, we found a novel […]

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