How to Fund for Education


Educational institutions have many challenges when it comes to reaching their capital goals. The main challenge is for them to reach their goals without increasing the cost of education too high for their students. This is why they have so much to gain from crowdfunding. Let's take a look at what educational... Read more »

Introduction to Crowdfunding


What is Crowdfunding? Crowdfunding is a relatively new method of raising capital from a variety of networks, expanding your donor base to fund ideas and projects. It allows a large number of people to contribute and get behind your project, whether you’re working on social causes, product development, research and... Read more »

University of Ottawa Alumni Website


The University of Ottawa (uOttawa) has been a force in Canadian education since it was first established as the College of Bytown in 1848. A defining part of the city and the culture of Ottawa, the university hosts 40,000 students across ten faculties. In 2014, uOttawa developed a new strategic plan, Destination... Read more »

Canada C3


bv02 has a long relationship with SOI, having completed multiple projects in the past with them--from branding work to the development of their main website, In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation, Students on Ice founded the Canada C3 project. This project will take 300... Read more »

TwelveDot Inc.


For over a decade, TwelveDot has been demystifying online security solutions, cutting through the marketing speak and technical jargon to identify real risks and exposure of their digital properties…and how to secure and protect your data and your business. Web and internet presences are a playground for hackers,... Read more »

Helping Antle Find His Voice in Nova Scotia


Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey are a unified team of chiefs, staff, parents, and educators based in Nova Scotia who advocate on behalf of and represent the educational interests of their communities, and protect the educational Mi’kmaw language rights of the Mi’kmaq people. As a leader in the Canadian Indigenous... Read more »

bv02's The Brief - Episode 11: 3D Imaging with Stephen Fai


In this episode of The Brief, I had the opportunity to learn more about the concept of 3D imaging through the expertise of Dr. Stephen Fai. As the director of Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS), Fai is dedicated to working towards an innovative, hybrid form of representation. In addition to the work he does... Read more »

bv02’s The Brief - Episode 10: Digital Communications in Higher...


Digital Communications in Higher Education In this episode of The Brief, I had the opportunity to sit and chat with Nichole McGill,  a seasoned digital communications expert and gets her take on digital, personalization, and future opportunities in Higher Ed. In a varied career that includes having set the Web... Read more »

Crowdfunding for Universities: A First-hand Example of Success


What is crowdfunding? Where did it come from? Where is it going? To give you some perspective, crowdfunding originates in the relatively recent phenomenon of crowdsourcing, wherein a collective body gets together and works towards a common goal using predominantly online methods. In less than ten years, we’ve... Read more »

Heritage Passages: Bytown and The Rideau Canal


bv02 has a long history of collaborating with our partners to make culture accessible online, so when the Bytown Museum and Carleton University came to us with a new web initiative that would present the history of the building of the Rideau Canal, we were thrilled to take part. Heritage Passages: Bytown and the... Read more »

Help Me Tell My Story wins Premiers Award


 The team here at bv02 would like to extend a special congratulations to the Ministry of Education (Saskatchewan) on their recent win - the Premiers Award for Excellence in the Public Service is an accomplishment to be proud of! To illustrate the essence of Help Me Tell my Story, I've pulled together some... Read more »