We did a complete rebuild of the Saulteau First Nations’ website. This is the type of project we love to work on, because we want to really support the work that SFN is doing. Accessibility is essential in website development, and that was one of our focuses on this site—as well as a gorgeous and functional user experience.
We’re pleased to provide secure, reliable hosting for Saulteau First Nations and all their corresponding sites. This is provided through our state-of-the-art data center built on Treaty 8 territory in Edmonton Alberta.
Saulteau First Nations represents the Saulteaux (Anishinabe), Nehiyaw (Cree), and Mountain Dunne-Za (Beaver) people who have a long history that predates Treaty 8. Their vision is to be the Best Governed Nation, and they are always working towards this vision in every aspect.
During this project, it was a privilege to closely collaborate with their marketing manager.
There’s a lot of information on this site. While we were rebuilding, we needed to focus on both the rebuild and on simplifying the content and flow of the content.
Building websites like this one for SFN wasn’t just about graphics, content, and links. It was about reflecting a community’s priorities and meeting its members’ needs. To accomplish this, we needed to continuously be active listeners and grateful recipients of feedback.
Saulteau First Nations is a real leader in economic development. They have multiple businesses and they really support their members—such an amazing nation!
The result of the website rebuild is an eye-catching website that completely aligns with their brand guide. Most importantly, people can easily find the information they need.
Saltmedia Inc operates on the traditional territory of Treaty 8 in what is now known as Grande Prairie. We value the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit who lived and cared for this land long before Canada was founded, and we recognize that it is a privilege to operate our business here.
Our Prince George site operates on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh.
We are grateful to the Elders and Knowledge Keepers who are with us today, and those who’ve gone before us.