Design / Graphic Design / Web Design / Web Development

Alamos Gold Lynn Lake

Briefing

Alamos Gold needed a site to share information with local communities, including First Nations and Métis impacted by the project, and anyone who wants to learn more about it, from potential employees and local businesses to government agencies and regulators.

Approach

We were selected for our understanding of Indigenous communities and our knowledge of the importance of reflecting impacts locally. For this site, it meant ensuring the people they were trying to reach were also represented authentically in the design. It also involved doing so while incorporating the overall Alamos brand.

Responsibilities

  • Brand Application
  • Consultation
  • Design
  • Website Design
  • Website Development

Result

The site design uses large images from the area that highlight local participation and a commitment to do right by the people and places where Alamos works. The site was completed in a short timeline involving multiple stakeholders while painting a full picture of the project and its potential.




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