Client: Project: Background The Columbia Basin Trust approached us for a full rethink and redesign of their website, which they felt was not effectively reaching the broad range of users in the many communities of the Columbia River Basin. In particular they wanted to reach out to mobile and low-bandwidth users by offering a compelling…
Developing effective web sites, web-based performance support tools, knowledge management systems, and integrated web and social media campaigns and platforms are vital parts of our work. Here are some examples of how we can help you reach beyond eLearning…
Client: Project: Background St. Michaels University School website, representing three schools (Senior, Middle and Junior) needed a redesign as part of SMUS strategic objectives. TM NewMedia was contracted to clarify the requirements of the site, propose a new design, and build the site.
7th Floor Media contracted TM NewMedia to provide database design and programming for a multimedia navigational tool built for the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Museum.
The BC Integrated Land Management Bureau recognized a current lack of an information-sharing mechanism between the eight ministries and three agencies involved with land-related First Nation consultation and engagement. TM was contracted to propose a solution using Microsoft SharePoint.
TM NewMedia was asked to produce the Forest Practices Board’s first online Annual Report. The intention was to bring this document to life through the use of video and interactivity.
BC’s Premier Campbell and the governors of Alaska, California, Oregon and Washington announced an agreement to establish the Pacific Coast Collaborative at the Western Governors’ Association Annual Meeting on June 30, 2008. The vision of the Commission is to position Pacific North America as the hub of innovation and sustainable living on the Pacific Rim.
Schools of the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut were in need of educational resources to address the effects of climate change and provide strategies to mitigate them. TM NewMedia was contracted to build an educational website that addressed these needs.
The BC Legislative Assembly website needed to better represent the Assembly’s messages and documents, with emphasis on usability and clear navigation. TM NewMedia was engaged to redesign their current site.
SMUS was given an opportunity to make an investment in Alumni engagement. They asked TM to propose a solution that would make use of the school’s substantial archival materials and build interest among Alumni in their school’s history.
The Natural Step decided to offer their successful workshop on sustainability in an online format to increase its availability. TM NewMedia was contracted to adapt the workshop materials to an asynchronous eLearning course. In order to deliver the course, a learning management system was required. As well, a system was created to allow users to purchase and access the course.