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In this era of connectivity online expectations are greater than ever. We no longer passively intake information. We seek and share we converse , comment, tweet, and share. In short we interact. These experiences are part of what connects our lives with brands.

At James MacDougall Design Solutions, we help you stand out from the clutter and give your clients a unique experience of your brand online. We create strategic web solutions that will help engage web surfers and create loyal customers.

We bring forward-thinking solutions to life by thinking beyond just the technical side of things. You can rely on our wide range of expertise to give you fresh ideas custom-fit to help you tell the story of your brand.

If you want to give your clients a genuine connection with your brand, let us help you give them an experience to remember.

BACKGROUND
James MacDougall was the Web Solutions Manager for the Communications Unit of the National Aboriginal Health Organization from 2007 to 2012. In this time he worked extensively in Graphic Design, Web Design and Management, Social media and Communications. In this capacity he worked on projects and campaigns for Health Canada, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch and numerous NGOs. Recent clients include Rutherford, McKay and Associates, Inuit Broadcasting Corporation, Cancer Care Ontario, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer and Trent University.

James brings to his approach years of technical and design experience, project management and people skills all towards the end of achieving results.

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