Tag: Responsive design

City of Nelson – Short-term Rental Project

Like many other municipal governments, the City of Nelson has been pondering how to handle the relatively new phenomenon of property owners renting out their homes, or part of their homes, for vacation-rental purposes, using such popular web-based services as AirBnb, VRBO and Home-Away.  Read more


STREAM labs is the name of a hackerspace under development in Nelson (also known as a hacklab, fablab, or makerspace). It is a membership-based do-it-yourself workshop, prototyping studio, and community innovation space that provides affordable, open access to a wide range of tools, equipment, resources and workspace  Read more

RISE BC Wellness Centre

RISE BC is an innovative pain and addictions clinic that evolved from Community First Health Co-op and three other local-area pain and addictions clinics started by Dr. Joel Kailia. He has assembled a team of both traditional and alternative health and wellness professionals who collaborate to provide wholistic patient care.  Read more

City of Nelson – Railtown District

The city has undertaken a community planning initiative for the Railtown district at the foot of Baker Street and wanted a website to assist in engaging stakeholders in the planning process. What they got was a fast-loading, mobile-friendly, responsive design that works on any device.  Read more

Penny Dine

Penny Dine is a website where users can search for restaurant specials in their area. We were commissioned to build a database management back end and the facility to display restaurant data on the site. As part of this project we also converted an existing visual design to make it responsive.  Read more