We offer flat rate packages, hourly rates for more advanced projects, and on-demand retainer pricing.
Click here for full details of the packages above.
Click here for more information on our web design solutions.
All Graphic Design work is done at an hourly rate.
On-demand retainer rates are negotiated based on the complexity of the environment and the required resources.
Contact us today email@example.com.
Social Media is critical for businesses exposure. We offer social media packages to give you the results you are looking for.
We accomplish building connections with Effective Design, Development, and Content Marketing.
Discover how the 2Design Web team of experts helps businesses succeed online through the use of potent web design, marketing, and campaigns to capture their customers' attention.
2Design Web was established in 2002. Early days had us build from scratch a proprietary website content management system called Siteblocks® and it “filled a need” within the business community. At the time, WordPress, Joomla, and other open-source content management systems were not as trusted and popular as they are today. Today 2Design Web assesses the needs of our clients and their wish lists to provide the right toolsets producing the best online presence. It could be a CMS tool like WordPress, a custom one of a kind website, integrating an application like a full photogallery, blog, conference app...
In 2008 2Design Web was selected as one of the 10 finalists by DELL Canada in the Dell Canada Small Business Excellence Award.
Contact us today firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jason KesslerOwner / Lead Developer
For the designers and interested clients out there, below are some recent 2Design Web blog posts and a few articles on trends in the web design industry.
Nothing is perfect on the web.We can't make sure that our websites always work as intended, but we can try our best to design resilient and flexible websites that aren'tthateasy to break — both in terms of interface designand security. Yet neither resilience nor flexibility are usually reflected in our deliverables and mock-ups.
In practice, mock-ups usually represent aperfect experience in a perfect contextwith perfect data which doesn't really exist. A good example for it are “optimal" usernames which are perfectly short, fit on a single line on mobile and wrap nicely, or perfect photography that allows for perfectly legible text overlays. It's not realistic. We need to work with dynamic contentin our prototypes, with both average and extremes being represented.
The post Design Mock-Ups Need Dynamic Content: Tools and Plugins appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
This week I mostly spent time on fixing bugs, improving a deployment workflow and on getting another new front-end project structured. One major takeaway from this was thatit’s good to have a proper deployment workflowin place already in the early stages of a project.
To document appropriately in git what has been done in a commit instead of sleazily writing “changed [XY] because of [some arbitrary reason]”. By doing so, it becomes easier for myself, or someone else, to identify bugs at a later stage.
The post Web Development Reading List #123: Meaningful Git Commits and HTTP Status Codes appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Sam Loyd (1841–1911), American chess player and puzzle maker, created thesliding tiles puzzlein the 1870s. The puzzle is represented by anm×ngrid, wheremis number of columns andnis number of rows, and each cell can be any imaginable value (number, letter, image, and so on.)
The purpose of the puzzle is torearrange the initial configuration of the tiles to match another configurationknown as thegoal configuration. The rearrangement task is achieved by swapping the empty tile with some other tile in all possible directions (up, down, left, and right).
Smashing Magazine is known for lengthy, comprehensive articles. But what about something different for a change? What aboutshorter, concise pieces with useful tipsthat you could easily read over a short coffee break? As an experiment, this is one of the shorter"Quick Tips"-kind-of articles — shorter posts prepared and edited by our editorial team. What do you think? Let us know in the comments! —Ed.
The Internet is the foundation of our craft. But what do we actuallyknow about its underlying technology? How do DNS, networks and HTTPS work? What happens in the browser when we type a URL in the address bar?
The post Breaking It Down To The Bits: How The Internet, DNS, And HTTPS Work appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
In this tutorial, I will teach you how towork digitally on an image you draw by hand. You will learn two completely different ways to approach the image: through the Live Trace Tool and the Pen Tool. Two ways, two results. Learn how to take the best from both.
Along the way, I will give you some Photoshop tips, too. The first thing you’ll need to know is how to manage your drawing in Photoshop and which are the best ways to prepare it for Illustrator. If you are not comfortable drawing in Photoshop, don’t worry! You can download my drawing in high-resolution, skip the Photoshop step and go straight to step 2 to begin with Illustrator.
The post Pen Tool Vs. Live Trace: The Big Comparison appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
These leaps have made it possible for you and me to dive head first into writing fully ES6 modules, without compromising on the essentials like testing, linting and (most importantly) the ability for others to easily consume what we write.
2Design Web is located in Calgary Alberta Canada.
Email direct for information email@example.com
Or phone: (403)-826-4755
160 Quarry Park Blvd SE Suite 300 Calgary, Canada T2C 3G3