‘Tis the season for marketing planning. The budgets and goals can set the basis for determining your marketing strategy in the year to come. This process becomes harder when you’re not sure where to start and what you might need to include in the budget six months down the road. So where do you start
What’s scarier than wasting money as a small business owner? The thought should send chills down your spine. Yet, as a digital marketing agency, we see this all the time, it’s as common as seeing a costume of Harley Quinn on Halloween. By not doing this, business owners are simply throwing money into the black-hole
This summer presented the opportunity to work with West Textiles in Winnipeg on their web design. As a company that keeps up with design trends, it was time to give the website a refresh. The old site was outdated, not mobile friendly, had no visitor tracking, and did not portray West Textiles branding any more.
When a client comes in with an exact vision for a new custom logo design, and gets mad when our design looked better than he envisioned - we know we’re doing our job! Jablonski Carpentry in St. Jean, Manitoba, has “branched out” to not only offer carpentry, but full home builds as well. And so a
Website Strategy Series - Part 2 In our first GI Wonder video, we touched on how your business goals determine if you need a website or not. Now, we want to take this a step further and explain the type of goals you should set and why for your website development. We will also take
Prairie Fine Finishing specializes in carpentry and interior and exterior home beautification. Prairie Fine Finishing contacted us looking for a logo that matched their personality, brand, and work that they do. After drafting a few concepts, we created the final logo that emphasized what their business stands for by providing a quality rustic logo. The
Now here is a fun graphic design project. Signature Motors in Winnipeg wanted something different for the homepage of their new website (which we also just launched BTW so you should check it out!). They envisioned the first thing people see on the site to be their team - the people that will be helping them and