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Our design team have many years experience in website and content management system design. After meeting with you to fully understand your requirements and budget, we will produce a number of concept ideas for your review. The feedback from that will then be used to create a professional and leading website for your organisation.
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Fast, secure and fully adaptive registration systems are key to making your event or conference a success. Our highly customizable templates allow you to collect multiple data types, as well as generate both full and customized reports at any time. Registrants can also be safe in the knowledge that the payment system is fully secure.

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A professional and flexible team behind the scenes of any event will guarantee it will run smoothly. We offer full project management, to front-of-house or back-end support. Our years of experience working with international companies, providing IT, AV and man-power, will help make your next show the envy of all your clients or guests.

News
Clan Gaming Website Launched

aproductions were approached by =B52F=, an internet gaming clan based around the popular WWII game Day of Defeat. The brief was to create a new community website for members to communicate and interact, as well as provide visitors with information about the clan and its dedicated online servers. aproductions we also challenged to create a new logo for both the clan and its members.

A visitor is encouraged to sign up to the site, and from there they can use their profile to message other members or add to the forum. Once a user is invited to become a member of the clan, administrators are then able to link their online profile with ranks and awards that they achieve while playing the game online.

The site is build on a Content Management System (CMS), which includes an online administrator interface. This allows a number of members to manage the site simultaneously, storing all the editied content online for use by all the administrators.

Visit the site at www.b52f.com

 
Ontario College Information Fair

Each year Ontario’s Colleges host a number of events across the province to assist high school students with their post-secondary educational planning. For the fifth year, Centennial, George Brown, Humber, Michener, Seneca and Sheridan have partnered to host the Ontario College Information Fair 2009 in Toronto, Ontario.

aproductions has been selected to project manage and stage the event, which will take place at the Direct Energy Centre.

Last year’s event attracted more than 8,000 high school students, adult learners, teachers, guidance counselors and parents gathering information on college programs, as well as career specific information from professional organizations.

www.collegefair.ca

 
Joomla! at IT360 in Toronto

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Richard Price of aproductions, recently represented the Open Source content management system Joomla! at the IT360 show in Toronto. The show which is held annually at the Metro Convention Centre attracts hundreds of IT users from the region, over the two days. Exhibitors cover all areas of IT sector, including Open Source software and tools. Richard, who is part of the Joomla! Toronto User Group, were there to demonstrate the software to visitors of the show, as well as present a Joomla! 101 Introduction during a masterclass session. The stand proved to be one of the busiest of the show, and many more people we converted to the world of Joomla!

 
Joomla! at Massive Technology Show, Toronto

Richard Price of aproductions was at his second IT show in three weeks representing the Joomla! User Group Toronto. The show was the Massive Technology Show, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It was the first Massive show in Toronto, and while the number of exhibitors could have been better, the JUGT stand was busy with interested IT and web design professional.

Richard, who is a core member of the User Group, was there to demonstrate the software to visitors of the show and help answer questions from current users. Following a visit to the stand, there were many more converts to the world of Joomla!, many of which will hopefully join the Toronto User Group.

 
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