You need an enewsletter. What’s holding you back?

May 18, 2016 Posted by workingdesign in Enewsletters

Staying in touch with your clients, members and customers is a great idea. The people on your mailing list already know a little – or a lot – about your work. They’re interested in what you’re up to. Why not launch an enewsletter to spread your word to a receptive audience? Need to know how to get it going? Check out Working Design’s new Working Design’s Enewsletter Startup Service. More...

Last chance to save 25 per cent on our Website Tune-up offer

May 6, 2016 Posted by workingdesign in Social Media

Last week we introduced our Website Tune-up package discount offer. This is your last chance to save 25 per cent on Part 1 of our three-part program: analysing your Google Analytics. We’re reducing the cost to only $147. The offer expires Thursday so act now! Here’s how your website can benefit from our package: more visitors more donations, more sales more phone calls and emails More...

Print lives. A new look for the HEU Guardian

May 5, 2016 Posted by workingdesign in Clients, Design

With a 66-year history of continuous publication, The Hospital Employees' Union Guardian stands out among union and labour newspapers in BC. Working Design’s Kris Klaasen has had the honour of working in various design and consultation capacities with the paper for 25 years. More...

Fighting against death and injury on the job

April 28, 2016 Posted by workingdesign in Clients, Social Media

None of us expects to go to work and not come home. But an average of three Canadian workers are killed on the job each workday. In BC, 182 workers lost their lives at work in 2015. Today – April 28 – is the International Day of Mourning for Workers killed and injured on the job. The call to action is “Mourn for the dead. Fight for the living”. More...

Here’s how to reach more people with our Website Tune-up

April 21, 2016 Posted by workingdesign in Featured, SEO, Web Design

how-to-make-your-website-stand-out-featured   Is your website doing its job? Are you getting the inquiries, sales, downloads or donations you want? Are your visitors going to your key pages and taking the actions you want them to take? Are you uncertain if you’re using your site to its full potential? If the answer to any or all of these questions is More...

Should your business be on Facebook?

February 26, 2016 Posted by workingdesign in Facebook, Social Media

The eighth item in our series about being effective online explores the value of Facebook for business. Is it an effective tool for promoting your work, staying connected with clients and customers, and raising your organization’s online profile? Or has Facebook stifled page reach to the point that nobody is seeing them? More...

Starting your website project: Download our updated and improved guide!

January 5, 2016 Posted by workingdesign in Tip-sheets, Web Design

Starting your next Web Project We’ve made Working Design’s definitive guide on how to start a website project even more useful. Based on client feedback, we’ve updated and improved the guide. Also, the three original blog posts have been assembled into one downloadable booklet. It covers the following fundamentals More...

Happy New Year from Working Design

January 1, 2016 Posted by workingdesign in Working Design

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How you can vote for justice for Canada’s war vets

October 16, 2015 Posted by workingdesign in Clients, Featured, Working Design

vetsabc-featured When you go to the polls on October 19, give some thought to Canada's veterans. During this marathon campaign Working Design helped out Veterans Against Conservatives with a bit of pro bono design work, developing some strong and simple social media graphics to be shared on Facebook. More...

Is Twitter worth your time?

July 10, 2015 Posted by workingdesign in Featured, Social Media, Twitter

twitter-featured This seventh item in our series about being effective online asks: Is Twitter worth it? Will tweeting 140-character messages into a seemingly anonymous void make you better known, popular and better informed? Read on! Why check out Twitter? Because there’s an enormous number of people More...