Portfolio

Medicinewheel.com is one of the domains we own and at this time, we do not have any immediate projects for it. In the interm, the site functions and an informational article on the Native American Medicine Wheel.

NativeArt.com started as a fully managed directory of First Nations artists where we profiled an artist and presented their work for sale. Over time, it became difficult to make a viable business out of that model so the site was converted to...

This Village of First Nations was started in 1997 as a web portal for First Nations / Native American peoples. In 1997, the site was home to the 1997 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) and provided an online presentation for the event. Also...

The Zumer Database Project is the aspiration to create the world’s most comprehensive, accessible and up to date depository of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) performance information.

Completed XHTML / CSS work on an internal web application for the British Columbia Ferries Corp. The work involved changing CSS look and feel based on the mode/state of a complex data entry system.

Avocet Tours is a birding tour company that offers a program of tour destinations throught the year. For this project, the main focus was to present the tour offerings in a logical, readable way.

Brentwood Bluff House is a spectacular West Coast waterfront property and it was important in the web site design to capture both the look and feeling of the location.

For Secter Environmental Resource Consulting (SERC), we build a web site that SERC could take over and maintain. The main structure was build to allow content editing and changes using Macromedia Contribute. SERC has been operating their web site...

Our role for NorthWest Greetings was to build and develop new information based web site for the company with the goal to present NorthWest Greetings new drive and direction as well as a online face for the business.

Barcom Developments needed a simple online presence to host a few images and details about the company. This site was designed on a black background to help showcase the photos, giving them maximum prominence. Most of Barcom Developments clients...