A look at the rebrand and website design for Burgess Law
Focusing on clients that are interested in a personable approach to legal practice, Burgess Law was built around putting client service first while being a…Continue Reading
When we first started working with @wag_ca they were just about to break ground on Qaumajuq – the Inuit Art Centre. We’ve seen first hand the hard work and dedication their team has put in over the past few years and are super excited for the official grand opening Thursday evening.
Qaumajuq is the home to the largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art in the world and includes a truly stunning ‘visible vault’. This three-storey glass vault allows thousands of Inuit carvings to remain visible even when not ‘on display’.
Congratulations to the team at the WAG, and everyone else involved in this amazing project. You can watch the virtual opening this Thursday & Friday evening at wag.ca ( check out our profile for the direct link)
Wonder World Website Presented by Island
Wonder World is a new feature on Wonderhub’s website that allows children to visit different “Islands” and view videos related to the areas of learning you’ll find inside the walls of the museum.Continue Reading
Job Posting: Website Developer
Deadline: June 12, 2020 Island is looking for a web developer to join our team. If you’re a self-starter with experience in both front-end and…Continue Reading
We had the pleasure of working with the team at @light.of.the.prairies !
The LOTP team wanted a dynamic and interactive website for their users. We focused on easy to use navigation and incorporated fun elements like the unexpected animation to allow users to see the professional and personal side of this awesome local organization.
Lessons in Website Usability from a Toilet
Spending my career building websites, focusing on design and usability, it’s sometimes hard to turn off outside of work. I try my best, but sometimes such an egregious display of poor usability slaps me in the face, it’s impossible to ignore.Continue Reading
SREDA Small Business Emergency Grant
Our friends over at SquareOne and SREDA are offering grants of up to $5,000 for small businesses in Saskatoon. We encourage every small business who…Continue Reading
We had a great time working with the team over at CFN Construction and the talented @paperplanecommunications on the new CFN website!
The CFN team wanted a site that reflected the high-quality craftsmanship that their company is renowned for. With clear navigation, bold visuals and subtle architectural elements throughout, this site is a “cut above the rest” 🛠️😉
Island working remotely
Given the current events, the Island team will be working remotely for the indefinite future.Continue Reading
Website and Brand Launch for Rothmech Design & Drafting
New brand and website launched for Andrew Roth, of Rothmech Design & Drafting.Continue Reading
Is everyone ready for the 2021 Nutrien Wonderhub Discovery Dash Online?
Things look a little different this year but the team over @wonderhubsk didn’t want you to miss out on all the fun. So the Discovery Dash is going virtual.
Island is a proud sponsor and excited to compete with all of the other Discovery Dashers on February 15th !
Go Island Hoppers!
On an Island with Jeffrey Burgess, Burgess Law
Recently we worked with Jeffrey Burgess on a rebrand and new website design for Burgess Law. Afterwards he joined us on the Island for a deep dive into law.Continue Reading
On an Island with Garrett Kendel, King Rose Visuals
New year, new blog. Island is kicking off another year of guest blogs, featuring some majorly talented people in Saskatoon. Today we are On an…Continue Reading
On an Island with Tim Neal
This month we are on an island with Tim Neal, owner of The Engagement Party. The Engagement Party is a Design and Advertising studio located…Continue Reading
Ok, ok let’s do one more !!
We didn’t want to leave the kiddos out of all of the holiday fun! So, we’re doing one more bonus giveaway for a super cool Nutrien Wonderhub package 🎉
Nutrien Wonderhub is a not-for-profit organization that fosters creativity, curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning. These guys opened their doors in 2019 and it is one of the coolest places in YXE for kids to learn, discover, and explore.
COVID-19 has created some major challenges for a place that is designed for hands-on learning but that hasn’t stopped Wonderhub from supporting our community and finding creative ways to keep kids engaged. Checkout the COVID-19 policy for what to expect when visiting in-person or visit Wonderworld for loads of online activities, stories, science experiments, crafts and much more.
Enter to win a pass for a family of four and some cool Nutrien Wonderhub merch like this awesome 3D pen !!
1. Follow @weareisland & @wonderhubsk
2. Tell us what your favourite activity is in #YXE
The winner will be announced on December 23rd.
*Only open to Sask residents.