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New Website Design – Our Own!

We’re excited to announce the redesign of YasTech.ca – our home on the internet.

We’ve been working away at the redesign of our website for awhile now but kept getting interrupted, in the best possible way, by our clients. No doubt a good problem to have.

The main goal when we were working out the design was to feature the work we’ve been doing for our clients. It’s what we believe sets us apart from our competition. And so that’s why on the front page, as well as the portfolio page, you’ll see nice big screenshots of the websites and applications we’ve worked on.

A second goal was to unify our branding with the logo redesign we had done awhile ago now. Heavy use of various weights of the Museo font is featured throughout the site, thanks to Typekit, and the colours and textures aim to more closely fit within our logo’s design and style.

The 3 areas of focus at YasTech are: web design, web applications, and internet marketing. Check out the video to see examples of each that we have worked on.

Looking ahead, we plan to continue blogging about the web and putting out amazing work for our awesome clients. If you’re not one of our clients, fill out this form to get a free quote on your next project. We’d also love it if you’d sign up for our free monthly email newsletter, join us on our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter.

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