Xenon is a clinical genetics-based drug development company. Independently and through partnerships with leading global pharmaceutical companies, Xenon identifies and validates in humans new targets for drug development and convert that knowledge into innovative and differentiated medicines.
Xenon needed a website that would allow for in-house maintenance. Their need to be able to add news releases and update their product pipeline on a whim was the top priority. The Xenon website was built using WordPress and utilizing many of the plugins that wordpress has available.
The design was supplied by Serengeti Design Group Inc.
Suite 101 – 744 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada V6C 1A5
After learning about the disheartening impact of the meat and dairy industries on our health, the environment and the treatment of animals, we – Bridget Burns, Jen Hanover and Jessica Grajczyk – decided to explore veganism. Visit Website >>
The Vegan Project gals needed a website that would allow them to manage the almost daily recipe updates. They wanted to be able to keep a daily log of everything Vegan while they travel on this journey to Veganism. The website needed to be able to showcase the imagery of the recipes that they were sharing with the world.
String Creative transforms your ideas and intentions into strikingly intelligent visuals. Through an interactive process, they work with you to create graphics that distinctively represent your brand. From stationery to storefront, website to annual report, your image is clever, unwavering, and unforgettable.
The Royal BC Museum Corporation is one of the foremost cultural institutions in the world. The museum was founded in 1886; the archives in 1894. In 2003 these two organizations integrated to become British Columbia’s combined provincial museum and archives, collecting artifacts, documents and specimens of BC’s natural and human history, safeguarding them for the future, and sharing them with the world.
The Royal BC Museum needed a way to connect with their Museum members in a monthly basis. We set up an e-newsletter tool that allows us to send monthly newsletters to their members proving their members with valuable upcoming information about events and exhibits happening at the museum. As well, the Royal BC Museum has a quarterly newsletter that they wanted to be able to send electronically to their 3000+ members.