Design should never say, “Look at me.” It should always say, “Look at this.” — David Craib
At Digital Dementia, we always strive to produce products that live up to the above quote. We collaborate with some of the most talented individuals in the area to ensure that your website is one of a kind. Our portfolio represents just a small sample of the work we have produced for our clients.
One of the top DJ companies in Northern BC, Entertainment Group wanted to transform their old website into a vibrant and dynamic website that reflected their fun business and improved efficienices.
Local Prince George author Vivien Lougheed wanted a new website to blog and share photos from the travels and adventures that she and her husband John experience together. She also wanted a site that would be easy for them to maintain at home and on the road.
Provide a fresh new look that reflects the organization's existing promotional materials and improve usability for their clients. The site had to be easy for staff to maintain and provide reporting capabilities to effortlessly keep track of event participants, their special needs and the fees collected.
Created an informative and professional looking website for a new local business. They wanted a website that reflected their values and would set them apart from their competitors.
Parents of sick children need to find information quickly, so this website was redesigned to make finding that information quickly and easily using large, app like buttons located throughout the site. The design itself uses curves and swirls to make the site more inviting and more closely reflect their promotional materials.
Design a new website to that highlights all the scrumptious treats, specialty coffees and menu items that Ohh… Chocolat Cafe offers. The emphasis was use a lot of pictures with apt descriptions to entice visitors to visit one of their locations.
Design a brochure style website to market a local business networking group. They wanted something simple but effective that would help attract new members to the group and establish a web presence.
Revitalize the Library’s website with a clean new look with lots of white space. They wanted a content management system that could handle all the content and features that a site of this size would require.