Featured Project: Premier Mobility and Health Products Website Design and Development

 CONCEPT: Sevans Designs created an online presence for Premier Mobility and Health Products Pickering showcasing their products and services. Premier Mobility offers the unique service of assisting individuals in the comfort of their own home. To focus on this we placed a visual emphasis on the Premier Mobility van (the root of their service). At Continue reading


Manage Your Own Website Content

Frustrated by the inability to manage your website content? Technical knowledge of HTML is typically required in order to make changes to website content. Website owners rely on website developers to manage their content for them. However, converting your existing HTML/CSS built website to a content management system (CMS) will allow you the ability to Continue reading


Benefits of a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Audit for Small Businesses

Small businesses are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Time and resources are often wasted without a basic understanding of SEO. A SEO audit will provide a report on strategies that can be implemented to assist in increasing search engine ranking. Many business have a website designed, built and launched Continue reading


Social Media Tip No. 2: Adding a Twitter Header Image

1. Login to your Twitter account at Twitter.com 2. Choose “Settings” from the top dropdown 3. Choose “Design” in the left column 4. Scroll down to “Customize Your Own” and click on “Change Header” 5. Choose the header image that you want to add and “Save Changes” Note: Recommended dimensions are 1200√ó600. Maximum file size Continue reading


Featured Project: Central East Diabetes Regional Coordination Centre Visual Identity

CONCEPT: To create a new, fresh and exciting visual identity targeting healthcare providers reflecting collaboration and joined forces in a clean and concise manner with a hint of drama to make the materials stand out. DESIGN ISSUES: The logo design and visual identity was to co-exist and compliment the Stand-Up to Diabetes logo and its Continue reading