The website development strategy for involves a comprehensive approach to highlight the unique cultural heritage, services, and community initiatives of Gingolx, a First Nations village in British Columbia. The strategy emphasizes user engagement and accessibility, employing a responsive design to ensure seamless navigation across various devices. Content prioritization focuses on showcasing traditional practices, local events, and tourism opportunities while integrating multimedia elements to enrich the user experience. Additionally, robust SEO techniques are implemented to enhance visibility and attract visitors interested in Indigenous culture and tourism, fostering community engagement and economic growth. Regular updates and community feedback mechanisms are integrated to ensure the website remains dynamic and reflective of Gingolx’s vibrant identity.

Project Description

Needs assessment, communications audit/report, website development and design, communications technical infrastructure, writing, copy-editing, training, outreach tools, posts, calendar, newsletter, e-newsletter.

Project Details

  • Client: Gingolx, Nisga’a Nation
  • Date: 2022
  • Category: Communications Make-Over
  • Website:

Project Participants

  • Art Director: Juliet Neun-Hornick
  • Designer/Developer: Brad Hornick

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