A strong and strategic web presence can be your business' most effective marketing asset.
It is your voice online – and can extend far beyond your website.
Frischborn Creative can help you establish or enhance your business' online presence. Your wants and needs are paramount when we structure your full website or one-page promo site, write or compile text content, and design the visual look and feel. We also design and place Google and Facebook ad campaigns to reach more targetted audiences.
We offer domain registration, email setup, website design, search engine optimization, social media integration and ad campaign design and insertion using Google Adwords and Facebook. We help you establish the web presence that works best for you and your business.
So your business – and your locale – can grow.
Carver House Studio – new website for an artist’s studio and online gallery José Holman is an artist specializing in watercolour and acrylic paintings, scratch art, jewelry and stained glass. First a logo showing the studio’s namesake, Carver the dog, was developed. The scrolling site followed to artfully showcase José’s talent and offers viewers access to much of her work through sidepage galleries. Please visit carverhousestudio.com.
Marrying Mike – new website for a wedding officiant Mike Taylor performs unique and personal ceremonies with respect and humour. We tailored the colour palette, layout, text content and voice to reflect Mike’s preferences and personality. This fully responsive, flat scrolling website incorporates a large Hero image and light parallax for added visual interest. Please visit marryingmike.ca.
Hanover Minor Ringette (HMR) – social media advertising and collateral for summer camp HMR is employing Facebook advertising campaigns to raise awareness and attract new players. Posters, handouts and a series of Facebook ads were designed to advertise the annual Ringette Summer Camp offered by the association. Enrolment has doubled from 2013!
Paul’s Handyman Services – one-page promo site for a new business Paul Sharland wanted a web presence to promote his new enterprise. Armed with a great photo of this “friendly guy with his truck and tools”, a visual language was developed to complement the existing business card and to anchor further advertising collateral which now includes truck signage and news paper advertising. Please visit paulshandymanservices.ca.
The Car Lady – website redesign for an automotive presenter Christine Mitchell presents a “second delivery” of a dealership’s after-sale services and commitment to its customers. This dynamic site uses large scrolling slides and minimal text content to invite a second look at The Car Lady’s offerings – and to appreciate this automotive magnolia’s love of pink! Please visit thecarlady.ca.
Children and Youth Services Council – website redesign for a community services agency The Children and Youth Services Council assists their young clients with complex special needs and their families and other support interests to access the resources they need. The new menu-driven website is bright, colourful, easy to navigate and fully responsive for viewing on all devices. Please visit cysc.ca.