It’s not every day you get to call your clients and congratulate them for being recognized on a world stage — so when we found out recently that we had won four W³ awards, we were ecstatic! We, the bv02 team, are very lucky to collaborate with amazing clients every day of the year, and it’s [...]
Thanks to the amazing work of our development team members on projects for clients including CCC and the Canadian Council for the Arts, we’ve been a Sitecore Certified Partner for over 2 years now. Recently, however, Scott Mulligan’s work on rethinking the integration of responsive design solutions within Sitecore’s unique adaptive capabilities have earned bv02 [...]
I’ve been reading and having a lot of conversations lately around digital strategy, big data, and how it applies to business. As someone who is passionate about cultural institutions and museums, and has worked with many of them over the years, I can’t help but think about these topics through the lens of culture: how does digital strategy influence the present and future for cultural organizations? Digital is relevant for cultural institutions, but the approach needs to shift given some of the unique facets of the cultural institution model and offerings.
There’s nothing we like more at bv02 than helping great clients launch successful digital projects. That’s why we’re so happy to see that Futurefunder.ca, a crowd-funding platform launched by Carleton University last month, is receiving so much positive attention from the university community and the media.
We’ve been working with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, school divisions, communities and educational consultants over the past two years to pilot and implement a holistic language assessment for early learners in Saskatchewan. This week, the assessment was featured in a column in the Leader Post, talking about the innovative nature of the program.
“We had [...]
The 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 is the perfect time for Canadians to re-examine a pivotal moment in our national history. We’re proud to commemorate this historic event by launching a new online exhibition with the Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation, which operates the Canadian War Museum.
bv02 and the Canadian War Museum [...]
Recently, there have been several discussions about the difference between services like Netflix and Rdio, that let you “rent” content from their library, and iTunes, which lets you “buy” content. However, thanks to digital rights management (DRM) these conversations are both arguing the same point.
When it comes to digital content, we’re all renting.
Andrew Milne on [...]
We thrive on new challenges at bv02, and the Arctic Watch Beluga Cam live stream was one of those new challenges. So new, in fact, that we had to create a technical solution to address some very specific issues we, and the industry, have had little chance to grapple with: an extremely remote Northern location, cameras that would be placed on a tower in the middle of an inlet and the need for a self-contained power source.
Visitors to the Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge get to experience a unique gathering of over 200 beluga whales, as they converge in the Cunningham Inlet to play and socialize. It’s an amazing thing to see, and we wanted to help people experience it, regardless of their location.
“Use GPS-enabled digital cameras to photograph Arctic wildlife 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle, and contribute to a growing online citizen science database.” Sounds like a pretty great adventure, or an excellent line in a job description, right? While it might be both, it’s also what a group of teens will be doing this summer at Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge with bv02’s support.