Project Description

Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects

The Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects (ICCE) aims to help build and enhance the technical and scientific capacity of Indigenous communities to address cumulative effects, based on the values of First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities across Canada.

We worked with the ICCE management team and Board members to tweak the existing brand identity and create an online presence for this new, national NGO. To enhance our understanding of Indigenous culture, values and perspectives, we engaged a First Nations elder from nearby Pikwakanagan to consult with the client as part of the Design House team.

This responsive bilingual website is based on a WordPress theme customized to present content in both of Canada’s official languages: English and French.

The site features a graphic timeline, several Indigenous cumulative effects projects across Canada, and graphic recordings from the initial ICCE Forum, held in February 2020. We also integrated an online survey as a tool that provides profile data on engaged visitors.

Much of the original photography was accessed via the Destination Canada online image gallery.

SERVICE

Brand Management
Website Development
Social Media

SKILLS

Visual Identity Redevelopment
Graphic Design
Brand Building
Website Design & Development
Website Content Development
Tracking User Analytics

SECTOR

Residential Service

BROWSE WEBSITE

Content marketing is a culture. We can all be teachers.

MARCUS SHERIDAN

Community building is a dialogue, not an ad.

MARISSA SHRUM

Inspiration is for amateurs. Us professionals, we just go to work each morning.

CHUCK CLOSE

It is my duty to consider ethical responsibilities as a privilege—rather than a hindrance—to my creative process.

SARAH FATHALLAH

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Are you managing an NGO or not-for-profit organization? Are you aiming to create an online community portal? Are you in need of bilingual content development services? We can help.

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