As Halifax’s most historic hotel, The Lord Nelson has done an incredible job in preserving their elegant and timeless persona since 1928. Ramping up to a huge renovation of the hotel’s interior, it was the perfect time to revamp and redefine their online presence.
It’s just today’s reality - more and more consumers are buying online. In 2016 over 50% of shoppers made their purchases online. That’s a 47% growth since 2014.
Hike Nova Scotia is a non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage and promote a growing hiking culture throughout Nova Scotia. We began our journey with Hike when they applied to our annual Brand Spring Clean Contest looking for help updating and refreshing their existing brand.
When the InterTalk Critical Information Systems team needed a new website as reliable as their products, they turned to Bits Creative for help. From a custom new site to completely revamped branding - take a look through our case study to see our work on the front lines.
Change can be scary a thing, especially when it comes to your business. So when do you know if it’s the right time to change or tweak your brand identity? Should you make minor adjustments or do you require a complete redesign? A brand refresh could include anything from a logo update to a complete overhaul of the look and feel, new website, imagery, colours, communications, or consumer interaction. There isn’t a one “right” answer for every company, but there are some indicators that will help let you know it’s time for a refresh.
With one loan program, four provinces, six participating organizations and countless stakeholders; we helped the former Seed Loan Program blossom with new name, brand and messaging that really leaves an impact.
Our 2017 Brand Spring Clean contest saw an astounding 37 submissions! We’re so proud of how this contest has grown since its inception in 2015 and we were genuinely touched by each and every organization - a truly inspirational group of applicants that offer a unique and very important set of services, all dedicated to the greater good of Nova Scotia.
At Bits we thrive on being a part of the digital world, it’s what we do best and our typical 9-5 day is deeply immersed in technology. That being said, we also really appreciate quality time away from the screen. In fact, many of the bits staff love spending time in the great outdoors. From walking our pups on the local trails to winter camping excursions; we tend to consider ourselves a pretty “outdoorsy” bunch.
WorldWide Furniture was founded on the belief that quality and style should not have to be sacrificed for great value. Over 40 years later, that same sentiment rings true. Learn how bits.co accomplished a complete brand refresh while staying true to their roots.
Nearly 1.5 million Canadians are at risk of overexposure to the sun due to their working conditions. Our team joined forces with the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) to help develop and design a sun safety website, raising awareness and building interactive toolkits to address this major occupational health hazard.
Gallery1 Furniture has been providing beautiful, unique furniture to Atlantic Canadians for over a decade. Ready for a brand refresh, our designers and web developers created a website and brand collateral as customised and curated as the products they sell.
Nova Centre is something Halifax hasn’t seen before. It’s a one-million-square-foot, mixed-use development in the heart of our entertainment and business district. Housing a new convention centre, boutique hotel, business towers, restaurants, shops, and public space, it is one of the largest and most ambitious projects Downtown Halifax has seen in a long time.
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