Portfolio

Discoverarchitecture.ca

Kobayashi/Zeitguys was approached by the Ontario Association of Architects to conceive of, design and develop a new public facing website intended to inform and engage the general public of the importance of architecture in our daily living.

Healthydebate.ca

Healthydebate.ca is a vibrant, expertly curated, community-driven website aimed at fomenting active discussions by community leaders, activists, healthcare professionals, and engaged members of the Canadian public.

Toronto Public Library Foundation

The donor-centric and analytics-supported approach we crafted focuses on creating the most accessible, ergonomic and streamlined workflow to drive visitors to complete their donation transaction.

International Festival of Authors

Zeitguys was engaged to build out an entirely new, highly visual website for The Harbourfront Centre’s International Festival of Authors. Being a festival website, the content is timely and highly dynamic.

MMM Group Limited

This success of the MMM Group website was the result of a very tight collaboration with the client marketing team to completely overhaul the content, structure, organization and visual design of their existing website, while moving it to the WordPress platform.

Justice for Children and Youth

Justice for Children and Youth is a non-profit legal aid clinic that specializes in providing select legal representation to low-income children and youth in Toronto and vicinity who are facing conflicts with the legal system, education, social service or mental health systems.

uHear 2.0

We didn’t just want to give a facelift to the previous version of the app: in addition to some really cool new features, we wanted the entire user experience to be more modern and engaging.

Groundradar

Groundradar is the world’s most experienced ground penetrating radar (GPR) service provider. GPR technology is used for deep mineral exploration and geotechnical applications.

ProPath: Insurance Made Simple

The intense rivalry of the insurance industry hasn’t left much room for the little guy. If smaller companies want to survive, they need to be innovative. They need to set themselves apart.