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(Un)Responsive Websites and SEO

These days everyone is familiar with the term Responsive Web Design (RWD). I mean, people have been talking about it for over 5 years now. So why would I waste time writing another article about it? And why should anyone else care? Great questions. My question back is: why are there still so many sites […]

New Project Posted, More to Come

It has been a really busy last little while… Seriously. I can’t believe the school year is almost over (Sorry to bring that up). There’s some exciting projects in the works that I’m looking forward to sharing. Keep in touch!

Better perspective equals better investment

Something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately: When dealing with finite amounts of time and resources, it’s vital to ensure that I take the time to get a big picture perspective before rolling up the sleeves and delving into grindstone type work. This is because I can so easily grind away a chunk of […]

FreshGrade: Website Update Live

Note: Click images and view slides fullsize for best viewing. This week S33 helped with the launch of a new website for FreshGrade, an Okanagan software company focused on developing Learning and Student Assessment tools for teachers. Freshgrade is made up of a talented roster of creatives, technologists, and innovative leaders, who are working on […]

Designing Great Brands

Mark McNeilly of FastCo discusses brand design in this article: We all know great design has a critical role to play in building a great brand. But how do we go about making that happen? Through these conversations, it became clear that the link between design and branding is important, and that having a top […]

It’s Breathing. And Awake.

The S33 Site is here, I’m happy to announce. I’ve been looking forward to this, it’s the result of a long process I’ve been going through towards actually being a creatively oriented business owner. Here’s a bit of info about what S33 is, and why: S33 Creative (S33) is essentially taking over for my previous […]

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