Web & social media solutions

The Internet has become an integral part of doing business. It’s an evolving platform and it can feel hard to keep up. At Tait, we stay on top of the latest trends to make sure our advice is current and relevant. Every organization needs a website, but social media, photos and video are becoming increasingly popular ways to engage with customers, stakeholders, and even employees. We can help you understand the digital world, find out how well your organization in doing online and develop strategies specific to your organization.

What we bring to the table:

  • Website development
  • Search engine optimization
  • Social media strategy, implementation, monitoring and management
  • Social media training
  • Online advertising
  • Multimedia presentation development
  • Video production
  • Webinar delivery
  • Mobile web development
  • Online reputation management
  • Online intelligence

Showcase of Web & social media solutions

NACC website redesign

In 2013, NACC decided that it was time to update its website. Its old site had been around for nearly a decade and couldn’t provide the conveniences of a modern website. The new site needed to have a contemporary look, be simple to update and make it easy for people to buy tickets to shows or get involved with NACC.

NWT Climate Change website

A number of organizations in the NWT are undertaking programs related to climate change, but the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) wanted to collect as much information as possible in one place. To do this, it wanted a “one-stop shop” website where government departments, non-profit partners and engaged members of the public could gather information about climate change as it relates to the NWT and its residents.

Ayni Conceptions

Tait created a branding solution that reflects Ayni’s professional services, with a logo that feels very welcoming and positive. The symbol is comprised of stylized icons of people that form a circle and are raising their hands together. The people icons are actually based on the letter “A” and, together, create an eye-catching symbol that can represent the spark of an idea or something organic like a plant. The typefont was chosen for its serif, which is friendly yet structured and solid. The letter “y” has been altered as well.

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