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Website Design and Development
Client:
College of Psychologists of Ontario
Project:
Website Design and Development
Deliverables:
WebsiteView Online
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Annual Report 2020
Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
Launch Video Production
Annual Report 2019
Annual Report 2019

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Website Design
Client:
AMIDA 3D
Project:
Website Design
Deliverables:
Accessibility, Responsive, Website, Wordpress and CMS DevelopmentView Online
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Annual Report 2020
Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
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Annual Report 2019
Annual Report 2019

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Website
Client:
Community Living Hamilton
Project:
Website
Deliverables:
Content, Digital Design, WebsiteView Online
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Annual Report 2020
Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
Launch Video Production
Fred's Virtual Walk Campaign
Annual Report 2019

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2016/17 Annual Report
Client:
SOCAN
Project:
2016/17 Annual Report
Deliverables:
Annual Report, Digital, Responsive, WebsiteView Online
About this project

The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN) selected “Powered by SOCAN” as the theme of the 2016/17 Annual Report, to exemplify how SOCAN is weaving a powerful platform able to provide best-in-class, tailor-made services to anyone in the digital music ecosystem in Canada and worldwide.

The 2016/17 Annual Report is imperative in demonstrating the impact SOCAN has had in achieving its vision to lead the global transformation of music rights. The report is successful in depicting the strategic objectives of SOCAN as well as reporting on the important advancements that have been made in 2016 to benefit SOCAN members.

The report was developed in an online and print ready, accessible PDF as well as a responsive, accessible, bilingual website featuring colorfully animated infographics bringing the report to life, supporting the “Powered by SOCAN” theme. C(Group presented five homepage concepts centered around the chosen theme.

To portray the “Powered by SOCAN” theme, C(Group created an illustration design consisting of a hand holding a lightning bolt. This concept illustrates the new power SOCAN wields in empowering SOCAN members and in advancing the SOCAN vision through their improved strategic goals and growing success in rights and royalties internationally.

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Anniversary Notebooks
Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
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Key Publications Design

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Website Design
Client:
OLHI
Project:
Website Design
Deliverables:
Digital Design, Mobile Design, Website
About this project

C(Group has been working with The OmbudService for Life & Health Insurance (OLHI) to re-design and re-engineer the OLHI website to improve ease of use and access to information for the Canadian Consumer of Life and Health insurance. As Canada’s independent complaint resolution and information service, their website is a critical tool in achieving OLHI’s mission. A fresh, clean look and a liberal use of white space allow information to be digested easily. Engaging photography and images establish an emotional connection with the user. Subtle color and graphic highlights provide context and reinforce the OLHI brand.

In addition to a greatly enhanced user-experience, the site was re-engineered using a fully editable Content Management System to allow OLHI staff to manage their own content updates going forwards, producing excellent long-term value from the new system.

Andrea Zviedris, Communications Manager says: “C(Group was excellent to work with. Our new website is heads above our previous and we now offer a greatly improved service as a result.”

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Website Design
Client:
College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario
Project:
Website Design
Deliverables:
Digital Design, Website
About this project

C(Group worked together with CMRTO on this “coming of age” project. Last redeveloped in 2007, the CMRTO website was long overdue for a redesign. Notwithstanding the opportunities to evolve the site from a technology perspective (i.e. transition to a responsive framework, become mobile-friendly, etc.), we approached the redesign from a User Experience Design perspective to ensure the redesign fully reflected the needs of the public, members, and other stakeholders as well as aligned with the college’s new communications strategy.

Major drivers behind the rethink included the desire for the site to 1) become a communications hub (portal) rather than an archive of materials, 2) enhance the experience for the various user types/roles (members, applicants, public), 3) integrate activity among other channels (social media, YouTube, blogs, newsletters), and 4) demonstrate leadership in health profession regulation.

C(Group facilitated a series of strategic exercises to arrive at a simplified information architecture for the site that ensured easy access to desired content and improved engagement with the CMRTO regardless of a user’s profile (member, applicant, public, etc.).

From a branding point of view, the redesign was an opportunity for a fresh, new look & feel strategically designed to further evolve the brand position of the CMRTO. The design concept uses a clean, minimalistic approach and centers around the good use of white space, with large friendly, inviting photography/images, and subtle color and graphic highlights to provide contrast and context.

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Annual Report 2020
Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
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Fred's Virtual Walk Campaign
Annual Report 2019

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Words & Music Online Magazine
Client:
SOCAN
Project:
Words & Music Online Magazine
Deliverables:
WebsiteView Online
About this project

In its final transition to becoming an online-only publication, C(Group worked with SOCAN to produce a new, innovative, mobile-first design for “Words and Music”. The new site offers an interactive editorial experience with capabilities to subscribe to the publication, personalize your experience by choosing the types of articles that you want to read in auto-generated emails and see on your customized personal home page. The site setup draws inspiration from the original print publication, retaining key features such as cover stories, and feature sections but was architected to offer an intuitive, highly readable mobile and tablet-friendly experience.

The design is based on enabling impact and provides a canvass within which editors can showcase the amazing visuals and photo library of SOCAN members and industry events offering a high profile, yet electric vibe of the Canadian music scene. With this transition, Words and Music is no longer a SOCAN members-only publication and intends to reach a far wider audience and claim its rightful position as a leader in music journalism.

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Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
Launch Video Production
Fred's Virtual Walk Campaign
Annual Report 2019

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MyOmers Website
Client:
OMERS
Project:
MyOmers Website
Deliverables:
Website
About this project

OMERS is Ontario’s largest pension fund and a major international Canadian investor. MyOmers, the member portal microsite, services 921 employers, 390,000 members, retirees and survivors allowing them to track and manage the status of their pension funds.

C(Group provided ongoing consulting, developed usability prototypes and constructed detailed wireframes which led to a dynamic, user-friendly design.

CSS & HTML templates and a comprehensive style guide ensured OMERS had the tools and resources needed to build and deploy the website (internally) based the established design.

Early usability tests revealed that “people love the site”!

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Digital Annual Report
Client:
SOCAN
Project:
Digital Annual Report
Deliverables:
Annual Report, WebsiteView Online
About this project

The Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN) is a non-profit representing the Canadian performing rights of millions of Canadian and international music creators and publishers.

The annual report is a key communications piece within the organization and works to outline the work of SOCAN and establish the brand’s identity and mission within the context of the ever-volatile music industry.

Built on WordPress for web-first readership, the annual report is a professional, cohesive, and brand-aware microsite produced in both French and English. The parallax website design yields a contemporary look and feel with animated charts and graphics for added interactivity and movement. The repeated image of an audience adds energy and a feeling of celebration. A strong emphasis was placed on integrating the SOCAN colors, and close-cut images of the SOCAN staff add an extra layer of personality.

C(Group also produced a smaller, printed version of the report for circulation, as well as an accompanying powerpoint presentation for SOCAN’s AGM (annual general meeting). The powerpoint carries over the look and feel from the web annual report and pulls out key information that allowed SOCAN to convey what a performing rights organization can and should be. Feedback revealed that they did indeed cut through and their message was heard.

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Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
Launch Video Production
Annual Report 2019
Annual Report 2019

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Chill Out for Charity Campaign
Client:
Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund Canada
Project:
Chill Out for Charity Campaign
Deliverables:
Campaign, Print Materials, Website
About this project

C(Group built a “virtual lemonade stand” to spearhead the Chill Out for Charity fundraising and awareness campaign developed by the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund Canada (NMCF Canada). The outreach initiative was intended to inspire kids and families to participate, donate and learn about Nelson Mandela’s global vision of social justice for children and youth.  NMCF Canada is focused on becoming the foremost charity in Canada by providing financial support to community-based programs in South Africa.

The site as well as accompanying print promotional elements allow a child and/or school to set donation goals, offer cups of lemonade to friends and family in exchange for monetary donations and provides a tool for NMCF Canada to gather and expand their contact database.

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Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
Launch Video Production
Fred's Virtual Walk Campaign
Annual Report 2019

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CMLTO
Client:
CMLTO
Project:
CMLTO
Deliverables:
WebsiteView Online
About this project

As with all the regulatory health colleges, CMLTO serves the differing needs of their various stakeholders. This content-rich Joomla website was architected around user roles and navigation is designed with the user experience of each in mind. Members, applicants, employers, and the public can easily access the information they need within 2 clicks.

C(Group helped CMLTO to reorganize over 400 web pages of content to yield a clean simple highly navigable website.

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Annual Report 2020
Website Design and Development
Newsletter Design
Launch Video Production
Fred's Virtual Walk Campaign
Annual Report 2019

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Songwriters Prize Website
Client:
SOCAN
Project:
Songwriters Prize Website
Deliverables:
Website
About this project

The Socan Songwriting Prize is Canada’s most prestigious award for independent music creators. Some of the more specific functional goals of the new design were to realize a revitalized look and an improved voting system for the annual competition. Fundamentally though the site is used to showcase the nominees and their music, so our approach really centred around the user experience and how people could interact with the music.

An ever-present built-in music player at the footer of the site highlights the most important element of Socan—the music! The music player is unobtrusive and doesn’t automatically sound, but once clicked, it continues to play as users navigate around the website, making for an uninterrupted listening experience. The Songwriting Prize website is mobile-friendly, highly socially integrated, and available in both French and English.

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Annual Report 2019
Annual Report 2019
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