Welcome to vanmf.com!
VANMF Art & Design is a socially and environmentally conscious design company based in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
We offer print design, web development and a range of other services.
1 December, 2010
We have been designing a site for Nottawasaga Institute, a client in Nairobi, Kenya, named after Ontario's Nottawasaga River. MODX Content Management System was recently installed to allow for easy updating of the site. www.nottawasaga.net.
13 June, 2009
Healing Path Centre for Naturopathic Medicine has some great content, including healthy recipes, a top 10 cheap and healthy foods list, and more on their new website, designed by VANMF, completed this past week. Check out the site at www.healingpathcentre.com.
Julian has rebuilt the website for Residential Energy Efficiency Project (REEP) of Waterloo Region and is maintaining the site's development. The site template was designed by Big Time Design.
17 March, 2008
A bright and bold design template for the Friends of Ugunja website was generously donated by 4C. VANMF has enhanced the site with new banners and a flexible menu, and is now responsible for maintenance.
24 June, 2007
The Iron Horse Trail Stories project by Sarah Anderson documents memories and reflections of the Iron Horse Trail. This site by VANMF includes audio recordings from the trail. Visit IronHorseTrailStories.ca.
30 April, 2007
Two websites have recently been completed. Benpakuts.com showcases the paintings of Ottawa artist Benjamin Pakuts, who currently lives in Granada, Spain. Vanessaduffy.com is the website of Vanessa Duffy, hypnotherapist and healer based in Waterloo.
6 November, 2006
The Whimsical House website was launched yesterday. Whimsical House is a great little jewellery and gift shop in Toronto. Check out the website at whimsicalhouse.com. (The owner of Whimsical House retired and closed the store, so we took the website offline.)
3 August, 2006
Websites for Whimsical House (Toronto jewellery shop) and Nottawasaga Institute (community development consultant based in Kenya) are in the works. Others are on the way too.
24 April, 2006
Julian has returned from five months in Ugunja, Kenya where he worked with staff at the Ugunja Community Resource Centre (UCRC) to redesign the organization's website. UCRC takes an inspiring community-based approach to its work. Please check out the new UCRC website, www.ugunja.org, launched March 2006. (The website has since been redesigned)