(Design) A Deacon’s Musing

We are excited to share that A Deacon’s Musing blog, which has been hosted here now has its own new website and social media platform! As the blog enters it’s tenth year, we hope this next step honours the engagement that has been a gift to experience and points forward to further opportunities to muse, reflect and act!

Whether you are a for-profit, non-profit or charitable organisation, Maya Consulting takes its selective relationships with clients very seriously. We intend to nurture not just your brand and online presence, but offer ways to reflect your passion in all you do!

(Design) Little Britain United Church

We are excited to share some samples from our latest partnership with Little Britain United Church! We are working with them to provide design and maintenance of their WordPress presence. Some of the more nuanced tools used have been a robust event calendar and utilising table databases, such as sharing their historic cemetery! As well, we have been honoured to help nurture their social media presence on Facebook!

Whether you are a for-profit, non-profit or charitable organisation, Maya Consulting takes its selective relationships with clients very seriously. We intend to nurture not just your brand and online presence, but offer ways to reflect your passion in all you do!

(Design) #uccan WordPress Templates

It is with excitement that we share a recently completed and launched WordPress project. With collaboration with A+ Computers, the Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario of The United Church of Canada and Halftone Pixel, we have created multiple templates branded specifically for The United Church of Canada UCC). The intention of this project is “that this resource will allow for both recognition of a United Church ministry and enough flexibility to reflect well the blessing of each specific context.” Please checkout the Mailchimp blast for more information about this exciting denominational and national opportunity for ministries of the UCC!

(Design) Canadian Culinary Federation: Winnipeg

Logo: CCFCCIt is an honour to highlight our newest relationship with the Winnipeg Branch of the Canadian Culinary Federation (CCFCC). After exploring their needs, their previous website presence and what their hopes were in respect to integrating the work they do in Winnipeg more intentionally with social media, we began a refresh in 4Q 2014. After renovating the branding of their social media platforms, we began to transfer their old site, domain and hosting to a new provider. During our conversations and listening to CCFCC’s passion to connect both with its member and the larger community of Winnipeg, we decided on a WordPress theme and layout that would allow them to embrace a dynamic site that will help them meet their goals for their May 2015 signature event and beyond!

Logo: CCFCCCCFCC’s presence includes a Dynamic Site and also utilises Facebook &  Twitter as its primary social media platforms. As our relationship evolves, we are also grateful for the trust to also provide the Federation with Maintenance of its website & to provide ongoing support in respect to the branding of its social media presence. This experience with CCFCC has been exciting for many reasons, one of which is the reminder that a web presence is more than a means by which people might garner information. Just as CCFCC supports chefs, suppliers and people working in the hospitality industry, we hope our care of their online activity allows them to do the work their Non-Profit organisation has done not only well since 1972, but to excel vibrantly!

(Design) Talking Water Project

Our most recent client, Talking Water Project (TWP), invited us into a conversation that has allowed us to stretch and grow. As we have explored TWP’s hopes as an NGO – which intends to inspire people into action through the use of various artistic media – we have utilised a social media infrastructure in new ways.

In many ways, this is the growing area for a web presence in such pursuits that ranges from business and entrepreneurial endeavours to NGOs and faith-based communities. An infrastructure is often – though not bound to – a (Static/Dynamic) Site that makes use of other social media platforms (i.e. twitter, facebook, Google+, YouTube, Pinterest). Establishing such a presence within this area often begins with understanding that your web presence is as much about potential relationships, as it is in sharing your passion, whether that’s a product, vision or dream!

Talking Water Project

Talking Water Project

TWP’s presence includes a Dynamic Site and also utilises twitter as its primary social media platform. As our relationship evolves, we are also grateful for the trust to also provide TWP with Maintenance & Content Management. This experience with TWP has been exciting for many reasons, one of which is the reminder that a web presence is more than a means by which people might garner information. The visual nature of any site – Static or Dynamic – is as much an expression of your community’s ideas, vision, or products, as it is a digital gallery through which the images used tell the story of who are!

 

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