They don’t call us the festival city for nothin’.
What makes a “good website” is a pretty loaded question. Luckily, a web audit can help you figure it out. Generally speaking, your website should be working to support your communication objectives for your organization as a whole. Maybe you need to drive online sales, contact form fills, or just educate your audience about who you are and what you do.
For our third KEEN 15 Act of KEENness, we rounded up clothing donations for Inclusion Alberta! Who is Inclusion Alberta?
We created a community garden for Alberta’s first net zero apartment building! For this month’s act of KEENness our team partnered with Brentwood communities here in Edmonton! We worked to create a full design plan for a community garden that all Brentwood residents will have access to!
Come June 11th, If you have Google Maps on your website you’re going to have to give Google permission to bill you. Recently Google announced that they are changing the entire Google Maps feature. Below are the two main changes you’ll see from Google Maps this time around, and what you’re going to have to change as a result.
For our first KEEN 15 Act of KEENness we rolled up our sleeves and cleaned up our neighbourhood! On April 24th our team got together to make a meaningful and positive impact in our neighbourhood! Ten of our KEENest team members took the afternoon off to pick up trash in our community. We had a blast and couldn’t wait to show you all!
We’ve always loved making a difference in any way that we can, now our biggest birthday celebration (so far) is focused on doing just that!
Our team had a blast watching the Winter Olympics together! In honour of this years games, we’re revamping our KEEN Office Olympics! Starting tomorrow you can expect to see all of these epic competitions taking place around our office: LONGBOARD SKELETON: TUESDAY, MARCH 20 (12-1PM) THE RULES
The end of this year’s film awards season inspired us to take a look back on some of the worst, cringe-inducing movie posters of all time! Movie posters are a quintessential piece of promotion. When done right, they can drive the masses to a multi-million dollar production in droves.