Barrie Public Library

Barrie Public Library

BACKGROUND

The Barrie Public Library is one of the busiest spots in the city, with over 3000 people a day coming through their doors. Patrons visit them to check out leisure reading materials, participate in programs, use library services for help with homework, and more!

At the heart of every great city is a great library. The place to learn, meet others, study with and be inspired. Barrie’s library website was in a state of “funk” for many years and with the increased need to serve our ever-increasing digital culture, it was time to catch up! Throughout a series of gatherings and an awesome team effort, we developed a great tool for them. 

Things we worked on:

WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT, DRUPAL, CMS

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5×5

5×5

Young Parents

Young Parents

Faris Team

Faris Team

Left B Agency

Left B Agency

Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf

Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf

Pastor Pixel: Church Design

Pastor Pixel: Church Design

North American Crypto Exchange

North American Crypto Exchange

Barrie & District Association of REALTORS® (BDAR)

Barrie & District Association of REALTORS® (BDAR)

Libertaria

Libertaria

PIVX

PIVX

Kempenfelt Community Players

Kempenfelt Community Players

Moving Art

Moving Art

Heart of Ruth Mission

Heart of Ruth Mission

Envision Tatham

Envision Tatham

Barrie Arts Awards

Barrie Arts Awards

Sweet Flour

Sweet Flour

smOffice

smOffice

Pregnancy Resources Centre – now, Envisage

Pregnancy Resources Centre – now, Envisage

obec

obec

Barrie Food Bank

Barrie Food Bank

Reynolds Brothers Exteriors

Reynolds Brothers Exteriors

Ethoenergy

Ethoenergy

Barrie Bean Counter

Barrie Bean Counter

Sealand

Sealand

Jeanette Cochrane

Jeanette Cochrane

SBC

SBC

Toppers Pizza: Boxes & Cards

Toppers Pizza: Boxes & Cards

GetWyred

GetWyred

OMAH

OMAH

Skipwith Financial

Skipwith Financial

COPE Service Dogs

COPE Service Dogs

Quick Garden

Quick Garden

The Barrie Mediation Centre

The Barrie Mediation Centre

SimCoLab

SimCoLab

Prevention of Senior Abuse Network

Prevention of Senior Abuse Network

Candlelighters Simcoe/Muskoka

Candlelighters Simcoe/Muskoka

The Source Canada: HeadRush Audio

The Source Canada: HeadRush Audio

Job Central

Job Central

Cycle Simcoe Map App

Cycle Simcoe Map App

SCATEH

SCATEH

David Busby Centre

David Busby Centre

GEEP

GEEP

Barrie Public Library

Barrie Public Library

YMCA – Like a Boss

YMCA – Like a Boss

Talk is Free Theatre

Talk is Free Theatre

Orillia Museum of Art and History

Orillia Museum of Art and History

Salter Pilon

Salter Pilon

Red Byrd 3D

Red Byrd 3D

Northern Rockies Regional Airport

Northern Rockies Regional Airport

Lake Simcoe Regional Airport

Lake Simcoe Regional Airport

Maclaren Art Centre

Maclaren Art Centre

Post 9/11 GI BILL

Post 9/11 GI BILL

ETHOSOLAR

ETHOSOLAR

The Preacher

The Preacher

Impact Rehab

Impact Rehab

Talk is Free Theatre

Talk is Free Theatre

BACKGROUND

Talk Is Free Theatre is based in Barrie, Ontario. The company was founded in 2002 by Artistic Producer Arkady Spivak and since then has staged over sixty productions. Their mission is to produce and develop a wide range of ensemble-based programming, concentrating largely on new writing, rediscoveries of neglected work from the past and drastic re-examinations of classical repertoire.


We were approached by TIFT in 2012 to become one of their media sponsors. Knowing the calibre of their work, we were happy to provide them with the same unique offering of website and marketing materials.

Things we worked on:
WEB, CMS, DESIGN SPONSOR 2012-2014

Orillia Museum of Art and History

Orillia Museum of Art and History

Things we worked on:

WEB  DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT

BACKGROUND

Over the past eight years, Rhubarb Media has become the go-to studio for design and web services for arts and culture organizations and OMAH continues that trend. We consulted with them to create a new and improved content managed site (DRUPAL) designed to be highly visual, interactive and responsive.

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What they said when we launched…

“OMG….just checked! WOOT, it’s there!! OMG!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!”
~ Ninette, Executive Director
(Those Executive Directors can be so reserved sometimes.:)

 

Ninette Gyorody

Executive Director, Orillia Museum of Art & History

Maclaren Art Centre

Maclaren Art Centre

Things we worked on:

  • Web
  • DRUPAL
  • CMS
  • Design
  • E-Commerce

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Expressing our love for art and city

Client: Maclaren Art

The MacLaren Art Centre is the regional public art gallery serving the residents of Barrie, the County of Simcoe and the surrounding area. It has a permanent collection of 26,600 works of art held in trust for the public and presents a year-round programme of world-class exhibitions, public art projects, education activities and special events.

The MacLaren is housed in an award-winning building in downtown Barrie. The complex includes multiple galleries, an education centre, a sculpture courtyard, café, gift shop and framing department. As a cornerstone of culture for Barrie, the MacLaren is a visual arts centre that adds to the social, intellectual, creative and economic fabric of this community; it is a central meeting place, a destination for visitors from across the province, and a catalyst for downtown revitalization contributing to the success and vitality of this city.

How we helped: The Maclaren Art Centre was on a web platform that didn’t serve their needs. Little attention was paid to imagery and events. In 2009 we met with Caroline, the director. Working with a new marketing campaign “Start Thinking Art” we redesigned and developed a website with the ability for staff to easily manage content and collect payment online. We also recommended and designed a MailChimp template for e-communications. In 2012 a revitalization project helped to reach even more of the community with a greater focus on exhibitions, events and the addition of MacLarenArtOnline; a searchable database of their permanent collection.

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