We are excited to announce the recent launch of the new website for Context Research. Context Research is a great strategic consulting firm with whom we've worked on numerous web development projects with, including the popular QuitNow.ca site. We are thrilled to see the new Context site powered by Smallbox.
The Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre has launched a new website powered by Smallbox. The site is robust and easy to navigate, with simple navigation and design.
Great news for the BC Smoking Cessation Program! After 1 year, 150,000 smokers are using the BC Government Program to kick the habit. The QuitNow.ca program, which offers additional support for smokers, has contact with over 20,000 individuals interested in quitting and over 11,000 registered for web, text and telephone support.
The BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre Foundation just launched a new website! Designed by Gravity Inc. and powered by Smallbox CMS, this new site is loaded with modules and functionality so that BC Women's can share their news and stories, including some of the wonderful babies born there, and recognize their donors who help fund their important work.
QuitNow was recently awarded bronze by the Web Health Awards which "recognizes high-quality digital health resources for consumers and health professionals."
The City of New Westminster website has a fresh new hompage! Designed by Ion Branding + Design and Powered by Smallbox, the new homepage structure allows for a more “newsy” look and feel.
Smallbox is pleased to announce we will be working with the Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD) and Toronto-based Oxygen Design Agency to develop and launch a new RGD Website this fall.
Smallbox is pleased to announce that one of our clients has exited its pre-revenue start-up phase with the signing of a significant long-term contract
Canadians are up in arms over the Telco industry's insistence on a Usage Based Billing model for internet access, but I believe the greater issue with UBB is its impact on innovation.
It's summer, and with summer comes the pain of having to stay in when it's so nice out. It doesn't really matter what your position is in design - if it's this kind of weather, the office is like a jail and wifi is like a ball and chain. Excuse the hyperbole - I imagine you can probably relate unless you hate nice weather. How do you get away from the screen and what do you do?