New website for River Line Nature Company

River Line Nature Company of is able to show online the huge diversity at it's store location in a systematic, organized way, that you might miss when you are visiting their brick and mortar location in Goderich. to Everything you need to enhance your outdoor enjoyment of birds and nature is available there! 

The website provides a format to show off the products, specials and happenings, but it does not impose an administrative burden on the store owner, who wants to remain focused on storefront visitors.

New website for TFS Insurance

The TFS Insurance website is a clean, modern design that works very well on mobile devices. On a smart phone the mobile menu widget is displayed on the top as well as the bottom of the page for ease of navigation.  A background image strip pattern gives the site a unique feel. Slider images are resized, with text displayed over the image perfectly every time. The sliders can handle video content smoothly if so desired.

New retail website for Made in Huron Artisan Market

Made in Huron Artisan Market is a diverse marketplace with many products and vendors to discover.  The problem with a traditional online store is the uniqueness of the business could very easily been obscured and left undiscovered.

The website provides a vendor profile for each of the 40 + vendors.  It also sorts products by vendors, then provides a link to a restricted number of products available for online purchase. This reduces the workload for the website administrator.  Contact us for details.

A Website to Honour Our Fallen: Huron Remembers

This website project brings leading edge technology to honour and remember the Huron County fallen in both world wars and the recent conflict in Afghanistan.

The website is a community project to make known the biographical information for each of the 716 Huron County fallen etched on the stones at local cenotaphs. Website visitors are able to learn about the person behind the name, view where they served, fell and are interred. The site allows families to share pictures, letters from the front, and other memorabilia to help keep alive their memory.