These days, it is important to have an online presence. Creating a website can be a time-consuming and expensive proposition. I have worked with agencies, developers and graphic artists to put organizations on the map (sometimes literally!)
However, open source content management tools make it possible to create effective and affordable sites (like the one you are currently visiting). I have worked with Dreamweaver, Joomla, WIX, Squarespace, and WordPress.
Christ Church Cathedral Major Fundraising Campaign
A simple structure with few content pages, this bilingual website was created to inform people about a new fundraising campaign the Cathedral is holding in order to finance the restoration of the church spire and fund the excellent music programs and important social services it provides to the downtown core. I designed and set-up the site and now am the managing editor of Rising Up!, the campaign’s weekly blog. (Click on the image to visit the site)
Coopérative de Solidarité Transition NDG
A complex bilingual website with several pages of information designed for an active grassroots non-profit community group. (Click on the image to visit the site)
An evolving website with short introductions and links to people and organizations creating positive change in critical areas such as climate change, social economies and peace building. The site also features a few articles on choice and change and on local entrepreneurs and changemakers. (Click on the image to visit the site)