Partnering with you to help bring your mission to life
We work with partners whose mission we connect with—who are working to make the world better. For the past decade, we have put our time and expertise as designers, developers and UX strategists towards improving our community—giving back whenever we can.
Our team has the experience and expertise for your budget-sensitive or grant-supported project. If you run a nonprofit or community group, please reach out.
Nonprofit Web Design Clients Include:
Safe Drinking Water Foundation
In 2016, we worked with the Safe Drinking Water Foundation to create a website that supports their mission to educate the leaders about drinking water quality issues. We really believe in their vision of ensuring safe drinking water is available to every Canadian.
After a summit in Saskatchewan, addressing the poor quality of water available to our indigenous communities, the organization contacted us to build one website that eventually led to us building two additional sites. As an environmentally-conscious team, we felt particularly passionate about this job and did everything we could to spread their important message.
Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan & Agriculture in the Classroom Canada
In 2016 we were hired by Agriculture in the Classroom (a registered Canadian charity) to complete their website re-design. View the full case study here. As some of our team members have school-aged children, this is a cause that is dear to our heart. As such, we've put in countless extra hours as our donation. Partially due to our positive working relationship with the provincial organization, we were hired in 2017 to complete the AITC Canada website. We look forward to launching this national website in 2018.
We have helped the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre since 2011 with various print and web work, including their new Squarespace website.
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Design Projects for Communities
Lesia Payne moved to Saskatoon because of the strong community bond and family-oriented neighbourhoods. Since making this her home, she has volunteered our team and her own expertise to support local groups—from designing posters to serving at the Food Bank.
She is a proud community association volunteer, serving on the board for the Silverwood Heights Community Association and has developed their new Community Association Website. She also had created their latest logo, newsletter, and helps msanage their Facebook page. Our team also initially developed a registration software to improve the use and experience of our community associations.
If you are a leader in a community group, looking to communicate more effectively or improve efficiency, get in touch.