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United Church of Alexandria where the Revive Church rents space for their congregation at 11:15 AM
Case Study

Revive Alexandria Church

Here at Evolving Media & Design Inc, we learned that Revive Alexandria intended to branch off from Breadalbane Baptist Church in Dalkeith and create a new institution, Revive Alexandria Church Inc. Before approaching the church, we waited until the official announcement was made public. In December 2018, we took the initiative and approached the leadership to discuss their website, their community portal, and explore ways to anchor their mission.

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The following image is an example of how the vegetable isle looks like for people with colour blindness. This is an example of Deuteranopia which is common.
Opinion

Accessibility

What is Accessibility?
In layman’s term according to Wikipedia, the definition of accessibility is “a concept that focuses on enabling access for
people with disabilities, or special needs, or enabling access through the use of assistive technology; however, research and development in accessibility brings benefits to everyone.

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Technical illustration modified for use on the evolvingmedia.com website.
Opinion

How do you manage passwords

In a previous article, we centred on security, the need to having an SSL Certificate, and the need of assigning someone to be a backup in case disaster strikes. Why do I mention this?

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Photo Assignments

Walk For Life

25KM Walker-Run GlenRobertson Sunday, April 5th. Our photo assignment was to photograph Bob Hardy as he completed a 22-mile walker-run at the Cornwall Civic Complex

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Logo design by Jeff Poissant, RGD of Evolving Media & Design Inc. for Sophia's Healthy Choices, in Eastern Ontario.
Logo Design

The Art of Logo Design

The Art of LOGO Design From research to visual concepts, from thumbnail sketches to the client brief, from selecting and defining a colour scheme to

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Opinion

The Sky isn’t Falling

The Sky Isn’t falling —Part One The security exploits may be similar to the Y2K problems that plagued the computer industry in 1999. – Jeff

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