Through our community support program, ParanoidFish is involved in a number of charity based projects which aim to improve the information infrastructure of non-profit organizations. We have found that although the work is not paid it proves to be valuable experience for new designers and the satisfaction obtained from supporting non-profit organizations is tremendous.
Feel free to browse through some of our most recently completed projects. We are currently seeking in individuals who wish to contribute to this program. Please contact us if you are interested.
Dinobase is an exciting website that provides information on every dinosaur ever discovered! It includes dinosaur names, facts, and descriptions. In fact, it is currently the most comprehensive list of dinosaurs on the Internet and is maintained by resident palaeontologists at the University of bristol who ensure that the database is kept up to date with all of the newest discoveries.
Ask a Biologist! is a Q & A website is aimed at school kids but adults are welcome to visit too. Experts provide answers to anything and everything about biology and palaeontology related including dinosaurs.Have you ever wondered:
Why polar bears' paws don't get cold?
How a platypus lays eggs?
What prehistoric monster made the great white shark look like a guppie?
Ask a question, read answers, and find out more!
Valley Zoo Development Society's website is a charitable donation to the Valley Zoo Development Society, an arm of the Edmonton Valley Zoo that raises money for habitat development. This website has been instrumental in increasing awareness of the foundation and raising funds.
Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society's website was created to help the CWRS increase public awareness for their cause. Their mission is to rehabilitate injured, orphaned and lost animals in the Calgary area. In addition to the website, print material was created to promote the needs of the CWRS; these items include brochures, posters, buttons, magnets and stamps.
Help Jessie was a fundraising effort to help a young woman with Cystic Fibrosis. The aim was to raise enough funds to purchase a medical aid. The goal of $22,000 was raised within a period of two months. This website is no longer online as Jessie's goal was met.
Alberta Food Bank Network Association
This website was created free of charge to help the Alberta Food Bank Network Association (AFBNA) in their mission to provide support and structure to Alberta's Food Banks. The AFBNA works with other non-profits, industry partners and the community to raise awareness and funds for over 80 food banks across the province.
Ask a Biologist
Valley Zoo Development Society
Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society
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