Tim Carew

There's never been a better time to be a website.

Photo of me, Tim Carew. I'm bald and have a big beard.

Look ma, all hands!

On small screens in landscape, boardroom projectors, and everything in between. Websites should always serve their purpose and audience through responsive design and top notch accessiblity standards.

Putting the 'sight' in Website.

A Sketch document, Photoshop document, scribble on the back of a napkin, you name it. If you can put your idea down, I can spin it up. If you can't put it down, well, let's try anyway.

Framework - makes the dream work.

Creating the websites of tomorrow requires technology from the future. So I went there to steal it. Turns out it's the latest version of ${BEST_FRAMEWORK}. So that was a waste of a perfectly good flux capacitor.

It speaks for itself.

Anything but Ordinary

"Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism’s Anything but Ordinary website. The site contains more than 100 pieces of original, compelling content about the unforgettable experiences available to visitors. There are stories about the land and its diverse geography, glimpses into the language and culture, videos of whale tales and iceberg encounters."

- Take a virtual trip to Newfoundland and Labrador
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Story Exchange

"Create your own digital book, complete with your best photos, to let others know what you have seen and done and to share words of wisdom with future travellers to the province. You can also read about the places and experiences others have enjoyed and plan for your next visit."

- Take a virtual trip to Newfoundland and Labrador
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Work From Here

"Newfoundland and Labrador wants you — and your laptop, and your home office — to move to the province for the long term."

- CBC News
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Crooked Dory

"He was a little guy and seriously misshapen – a Quasimodo of sorts, but in boat form. Steering him was a nightmare. He’d just go in clockwise circles. Then one balmy, midsummer evening, a man happened to walk by. This man was, let’s just say, "not low". He got into the Crooked Dory, went ’round and ’round like you’d expect. But instead of getting frustrated, he laughed. And he wouldn’t stop. Legend says if you listen real quietly, you can still hear him, giggling in his Crooked Dory."

- CrookedDory.ca
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Your Backyard Beckons

"Tourism is a vital economic driver in Newfoundland and Labrador. Prior to the pandemic, the industry generated over $1.14 billion in visitor spending each year, representing over 20,000 jobs and 2,800 businesses in the province. Support for local businesses and tourism operators is needed now more than ever."

- gov.nl.ca
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