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We recently launched a fresh, redesigned site for Pacific Wild — a non-profit committed to defending wildlife and their habitat on Canada’s Pacific coast by developing and implementing conservation solutions in collaboration with First Nations communities, scientists, other organizations and individuals — and are proud to share that it was featured in the Elementor March sites of the month . We redesigned and rebuilt PacificWild.org using Elementor, a WordPress pagebuilding and layouts plugin that makes it easy for our clients collaborate on content design. The new site is full of engaging...
Photo by Will Scullen , CC BY 2.0 At Affinity Bridge we start new projects with a Discovery phase. We can’t possibly know enough about you or your project based on the request for proposal or project brief you sent us, but we want to help you succeed at your goals. The first step to that is defining what those goals are, and how we can build something to help you reach them. But what does the Discovery phase entail? For us, it means working closely with you to refine your goals, site users, a design direction, administration workflows, content strategy, and an information architecture. Design...
“Working with Affinity Bridge on our new website created a huge set of opportunities for us and we are absolutely delighted with the results!” - Vancouver Foundation
Building a responsive website theme in a short time frame with a hard deadline. Awesome mobile-first designs for the win!
The web is being accessed using mobile devices by more and more people everyday, and your site should be ready for it.
Earlier this week, with much anticipation, we launched our website redesign, which has been in the works for several months. It began as a rebranding of the company logo, then new business cards, and finally the website.
A CSS framework cannot be expected to be the final solution to all your problems, but it can be a useful tool for structuring and theming your site more efficiently.