User Experience: Just Because it’s Pretty Doesn’t Mean it Works

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We talk a lot about creating digital customer experiences here at Delvinia. It’s what we do. Understanding the customer is the first step in any project. And, once we’ve collected those insights, we have to apply that knowledge through the design process. That’s Andrea Reck’s job. She’s our Senior User Experience Lead. I recently sat more »

Delvinia Wins W³ Award for COC Website Design

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The Canadian Opera Company‘s website, designed by Delvinia, continues to garner international attention. The newly redesigned site, unveiled in March, has been honoured with a Silver Award in the 2011 W³ Awards, announced this week by the International Academy of the Visual Arts. The W³ Awards, which received more than 3,000 entries this year, honour more »

COC Adds Online Radio to Delvinia-Designed Website

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The Canadian Opera Company‘s award-winning website, designed by Delvinia, is now home to an exciting new online venture. COC Radio is the latest interactive element to be included on the site, which underwent a creative refresh following the launch of the COC’s new brand earlier this year. Delvinia worked with the COC to develop the more »

New Faces at Delvinia: Charles Sue-Wah-Sing

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Hello world! I’m here! I have finally arrived at Delvinia. I’m Charles Sue-Wah-Sing, the new Director of Strategy and User Experience Design. Some would say it has been a work in progress that started nearly seven years ago when I first met Steve Mast, Adam Froman and Randy Matheson as a user experience consultant for more »

Delvinia, AskingCanadians™ Welcome New Members to the Team

Delvinia and AskingCanadians™ today announced the addition of two new team members. Charles Sue-Wah-Sing joins Delvinia as Director of Strategy and Experience Design and Roy Gonsalves joins AskingCanadians™ as Director of Sales. Sue-Wah-Sing brings 15 years of experience in digital media and Internet technology to Delvinia, where he will utilize his skills in information architecture, more »