Portfolio: Websites

Manitoba Lacrosse Hall of Fame & Museum

Visitors benefit from a redesigned site that celebrates lacrosse's rich history

Raymond SC Wan Architect

Work speaks for itself when showcased by clean design and a simplified experience

You can increase your brand on YouTube by one simple word

A study was recently conducted by Tubebuddy and HEY!.com showing you can increase your overall YouTube views by 66% and views can increase by 97% which is almost doubling your viewcount. Here are some quotes from the experts who are applying this technique: “By addressing people directly with the word ‘you’, it’s possible to get...

Manitoba Ag Days

Held in Brandon, Manitoba Ag Days is a three-day exposition of agricultural production expertise, technology and equipment that attracts exhibitors and visitors from across Canada and the United States.

As their go-to technical experts, Pattern developed an integrated approach to take care of all of Ag Days’ technical needs. We developed their website, exhibitor registration system and interactive exhibitor booths map as well as an administration and reporting system that simplified their management tasks and significantly reduced overhead.

Government of Manitoba

Creative solutions to meet the stringent demands of the Government

Travel Manitoba

Manitoba offers some of the country’s best hunting and fishing. Pattern worked with Travel Manitoba to produce an effective submission system to record and award hunters and anglers with achievement badges.

First World War Memorial

Visitors passing through the newly-restored atrium of Winnipeg’s Union Station are invited to pause and reflect as they take in a thoughtfully executed interactive memorial projected above the east entry.

Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame

Manitoba’s hockey past, present and future, Pattern produced a documentary on how hockey in our province all began, as well as a series of memorable videos showcasing locker room stories throughout the years.

Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park

This inspiring new park in downtown Winnipeg invites visitors to interact with stories of the Fort’s past through sculpture, audio, video, web and mobile technologies. Pattern led the design and technical execution of several of the park’s most innovative features.