Information

The Natural Step – International launch

We’re pleased to announce the launch of the Natural Step website. Agentic helped to theme and build their newest website in over 11 countries, with many languages, from Japanese to Swedish. See this great project here.   Author: Phillip Djwa

Read more

Happy 2007

2007 is already upon us and I’m feeling lucky and happy to start the year. We had a great Holiday season and even though it was too short, we’re back at it! We’ve been working on more than a few things! We’re close to finalizing a project with APTN that…

Read more

Censor This!

We’ve just launched a new website for CBC about all aspects of Censorship. It’s a week long focus on all things censored throughout the world. It’s this week Feb 18th to 24th, with the flagship documentary repeating on March 3. Check it out at cbc.ca/censorthis   Author: Phillip Djwa

Read more

Web Directions North

We’re assisting with Web Directions North Feb 6-10 in Vancouver. Web Directions is a conference for web designers and developers. Malcolm and I will be doing the podcasting for the conference and we’re pretty excited to be doing so. Web Directions looks like an amazing conference. Personally, I’m so happy…

Read more

Spring is here!

This past month we’ve been working hard as it is always our craziest time as we finish up projects as the end of March is the fiscal year for many of our clients. But it’s also the start of spring and I always look forward to the change of seasons….

Read more

2010 Opportunities Workshop – March 7th

As part of our work with New Media BC, we are organizing a full-day workshop on March 7th that will be a great opportunity to hear about 2010 opportunities and how you might be involved as a business. We’ll hear from a number of key players including several from the…

Read more

Some exciting summer work!

BC Healthy Living Alliance – we’re going to be redoing a website for them, so we’re quite excited to be working on such a worthwhile project. They are working towards a healthier BC and have set some really ambitious goals to get us off the couch, and eating better! Check…

Read more

People Together Foundation

We’re working on some really interesting projects lately and one I wanted to mention is the People Together Foundation. It’s a project of a local foundation to address reconciliation activities for First Nations here in BC. It’s based on a similar project in Australia and I’m really looking forward to…

Read more

CBC Aboriginal Site Officially Launches

On June 21, National Aboriginal Day, the new CBC Aboriginal site officially launched and we assisted with a promotions campaign using our developed lists of National Aboriginal organizations across the country. It’s been an exciting project and we’re delighted that it has finally reached the national headlines itself. The site…

Read more

Canada New Media Fund – Interview on CBC Radio

Had a chance to speak to Priya Ramu on CBC Radio 1 – “On the Coast” about the new Canada New Media Fund. It’s a renewal of the federal government’s committment to quality Canadian Content. Basically, the fund is $29M over two years, which is an increase of about $500k…

Read more

Tyee Comments

One project we are quite pleased to have completed is the work around the new Tyee comments section. Essentially, we built a new way that people can comment that is designed to promote more civility in the comments. Read David Beers summary of it here: http://thetyee.ca/Mediacheck/2007/05/16/NewComments/   Author: Phillip Djwa

Read more

Digitaldrum.ca Launches!

Digital Drum is a place for Aboriginal Cultural expression – for example: storytelling, media literacy, community traditions, activism and music. It’s a website that we’ve been working on and is finally going live on Sept 17th. Check it out! And here’s an article on the launch. Ê   Author: Phillip…

Read more

Wanted: An Office Manager

We’re hiring – looking for an office manager! Ê This is an exciting and diverse position that combines general office management with financial responsibilities, making you the hub of our small office. While the core responsibilities are typical of office management, the right candidate will have an opportunity to learn…

Read more

Is it Fall yet? Starting to feel like it!

We’re starting to book the studio for October which is great, but wild to think about the work we’re going to be doing in the fall. Emily and I will be going to Toronto for a quick trip to see The Family Law Education for Women to help them develop…

Read more

Agentic Studio Christmas Closures

Seems incredible to think about this now, but indeed we are planning our holidays carefully! 🙂 The studio will close end of day Friday Dec 21st and reopen Monday the 7th of January. We will be periodically checking email and voicemail, but hopefully most issues will be able to wait!…

Read more

First Nations Education

Two great opportunities – one was the fact that I’ve been appointed to a Provincial Advisory Committee on Online Content and the second was having the opportunity to speak to the Premier’s Technology Council yesterday about First Nations education and e-learning. Certainly, e-learning, or distributed learning, has so much potential…

Read more

Recent Clients

Two recent RFP wins that mark the first under our banner as Agentic. Granville Island (CMHC) has reselected us as their interactive agency for the next year. This is very exciting news and we are looking forward to this new relationship. New Media BC has selected us to deliver a…

Read more

Our new name — Agentic Communications

As you may know, I have been in business for years in the high-tech industry, and it only seems like a click of the mouse since I downloaded in 1993 the first web browser – Mosaic 0.93beta. Who knew it would unleash such an amazing decade of change. Since then,…

Read more

Strategies for Tech Success for Small Business

“Ninety percent of small business owners,” says Phillip Djwa, “are not technology innovators or early adopters, so using new technologies can provide a significant competitive advantage.” He offers five strategies to ensure that the famous Wanamaker quote (“I know that half of my technology does not help my business. I…

Read more

Aboriginal People’s Television Network

Working on several new clients, including a new web project for APTN! APTN is developing an Aboriginal youth project for the preservation of Aboriginal language and a way to connect with Elders! I’m looking forward to it.   Author: Phillip Djwa

Read more

Small Business and the Web: Disruptive Technologies

An exciting article describing some of the work Agentic was in the Globe and Mail on November 16th, 2006.Click here to read a copy (JPG)Here’s an excerpt:With fewer resources and less marketing heft, leveraging the new tools of technology can mean the difference between thriving and being left behind.ÊGranville Island…

Read more

Recent wins

We recently have been awarded two RFPs that we’re excited to work on. The first was a web audit of Firstbusiness.ca as they work towards a refresh of this important resource for Aboriginal entrepreneurs. The second was the Vancouver Coastal Aboriginal Planning Committee website redevelopment, as they require a great…

Read more

In lieu of cards

Lately, I’ve been working with Kirsten Kozuback from Redway BC News and she is great. But today we had a great synergistic idea to support the Helping Spirit Lodge Society. It’s a women’s shelter for women escaping domestic violence. But they also come to the shelter with their kids. And…

Read more


© 2019 Agentic Digital Media

You can enable/disable right click