Ideas
Amplified

AMPLIFY (verb):
to make larger, greater, or stronger;
enlarge; extend.

Communicating the right message to the world and your prospective audience can be a tough thing to achieve. That’s exactly where we come in. Our job is to put our creative and collective brainpower to work to generate ideas and tools that amplify the appropriate message to your target audience. We aim to help our clients cut through the competitive clutter to be heard and recognized. Focused on client partnerships, our value added communication service is targeted at helping you successfully achieve your determined corporate or project goals. With this in mind, we view our partnership as an effective investment in growth, rather than a simple corporate expense.

Whether you require a full marketing campaign, an online application, a print, branding, or a web related deliverable; we create and build ideas into solutions — with volume.

More About Us

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    Tacten
    Tacten

    Tacten is the largest rope access service provider in North America, offering clients a variety of industrial services and access optimization techniques. Tacten asked us to take custom photography for use in upcoming print materials, as well as to create a dynamic and compelling video that provides their clients with an overview of their services. 

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    Firstline Training
    Firstline Training

    Firstline Training is a fitness facility in Sherwood Park that helps athletes and clients achieve their sport and fitness goals. Their services cater to the everyday client as well as athletes and sport teams from all skill levels. Firstline came to us for a website, branding refresh, custom photography to capture their facilities and clients, and a promotional video that shares the Firstline Training experience. The new website was developed as a tool to motivate people to start their fitness journey, share up to date information about their programs and sports camps, and connect with their clients through social media.

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    Estates at Waters Edge
    Estates at Waters Edge

    Located on the north shore of picturesque Lac Ste. Anne, only 45 minutes from Edmonton, the Estates at Waters Edge is a small lakefront community close enough to be a weekend retreat or a full-time residence. Waters Edge came to us looking for an update to their existing website in addition to custom photography, promotional and testimonial videos, and a branding refresh. They wanted a fresh look that highlighted the picturesque location, ample amenities and the families that call the Estates at Waters Edge home.

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    Concord Consulting
    Concord Consulting

    Concord Consulting helps organizations grow their business, manage talent, and strategize for the future. By applying proven talent management strategies and advanced personality assessment technology, Concord has managed to help organizations create more productive work environments and achieve stronger, more sustainable results. We worked with Concord Consulting to rebrand their company and build a website that combined 3 previously separate websites for Concord and their developmental tools into one new website, which is now a highly functional and informative tool for existing and potential clients.

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    University of Alberta
    University of Alberta

    In March 2015, the University of Alberta Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation opened a brand new fitness facility called the Physical Activity and Wellness (PAW) Centre. Within this facility, a new Sports Hall of Fame exhibit space was built to honour the 130+ exceptional athletes, teams, faculty and builders that were inducted into the U of A’s Sports Wall of Fame (SWOF) from the 1930’s until present day.

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    What's New at Pure
    Vision!

    We’ve been busy bees here in the office. Here’s a little bit of an insider report of what has been keeping us all so busy this summer!

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    The Need for Web
    Typography

    Consider for a moment, the main form of content you come into contact with when using the web on your phone, tablet, or computer. Any time you read a news article, blog post, tweet, or Facebook status update, you interact with text. That text is displayed using the carefully chosen fonts of the website you are using. Twitter used Helvetica Neue until last year when they switched to Gotham. When people complained about Gotham’s chunkiness, they switched back to Helvetica Neue.

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    Creating a Cartoon:
    Part 1 - The Concept

    I wanted to fill up my spare time at work with something fun, creative, and challenging. After I saw Toy Story all those years ago, I became fascinated by the possibilities of creating characters and worlds entirely in a digital environment. I was also struggling to come up with an idea to blog about. First world problems! It occurred to me that I can kill two birds with one stone.

    Let’s create a digital cartoon mascot! Then, I’ll make a multi-part blog, detailing all the steps involved. Bam – BAM!

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    10 Benefits of Print
    Advertising

    We’ve all heard the phrase “print is dead” before. More than ever businesses are choosing to focus their energy and resources in online media and abandoning printed marketing pieces. Simply disregarding printed advertising all together, without  the proper evidence that this is the best move for your specific business, could mean missing out on reaching your audience and impacting your target market.

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    The Mind of Web
    Developers

    Throughout my years of programming, there have been some quirky things I’ve noticed that we web developers do that is sometimes a little different than everyone else at the office. We’ve also seen our share of “complaints” about some of the things we do. Programmers can be a strange bunch. Here’s a few of the more obvious quirks, explained!

    We (some of us) like “Pretty” code

    I’m guessing when you think of code, the last thing you’d imagine is something organized and well laid out. For me I can’t stand if something is out of place. Each tag must be tabbed to matched the closing tag. It’s really so I know where things are. A snippet of code is really easy to read but once you have giant blocks of code, things can get quite messy. And although sometimes our desks can get quite messy, don’t think that our code is the same.