Category Archive: Web

  1. Brandon Downtown Revitalization Incentive Program (BDRIP)

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    Brandon Downtown Development has launched the new Brandon Downtown Revitalization Incentive Program (BDRIP). This program provides “Downtown Investment Program Grants” up to $125,000 for capital investments, and “Business Improvement Grants” up to $6,000!

    Reaxion Graphics has been a Brandon downtown business for over 15 years, and we are very excited for the prospect these grants deliver to our neighbouring businesses who love being a downtown business!

    The exciting news is, for approved applicants, Business Improvements grants cover 75% of the following marketing services provided by Reaxion Graphics for downtown Brandon businesses and 50% of ANY MANITOBA based business:

    • Marketing/advertising/branding/graphic design
    • Digital/ecommerce support
    • Web services,
    • Adding an online selling platform to an existing website

    Reaxion Graphics had the pleasure of assisting the Brandon Downtown Development Corporation updating (website created by Reaxion Graphics) prepare the print material and online application form so you can take advantage of this program as soon as possible!

    See how the program can work for you! Click below for full details:

    Brandon Downtown Revitalization Incentive Program (BDRIP) - Reaxion Graphics


    If you would like to take care advantage of this program, contact us today! Know what the possibilities of this program mean to you and your marketing plan from the start!

  2. Launched: King Korn Maze

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    King Korn Maze were looking for the ability to sell tickets online while reducing/eliminating transaction fees applied by other third party online ticket sellers. With other ticket selling platforms, there is a fee on the ticket sale transaction PLUS a fee to process the payment (PayPal, Squared, etc.), so it’s a double whammy. Reaxion Graphics was able to create a more independent system for ticket sales as well as a fresh new website to improve the overall visibility of the corn maze for visitors! (more…)

  3. Launched:

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    With 15 years of serving Brandon, a large portion of our work is serving our deep list of loyal clients, and our latest launch is no exception.

    Visa2Canada is a local Brandon business assisting immigrants navigate the Canadian immigration process to achieve permanent residence in Canadian. In recent years, a growing client base has become Canadian Employers seeking help to move foreign workers to Canadaand have them ready to work, and most recently, have requested finding foreign workers.Visa2Canada is not a hiring agency, but have an international network of contacts to help find job seekers, qualify them, then hand them on to the employer to handle the formal interview and

    hiring process.


  4. Launched: Clearview Acres Ltd.

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    Whether it’s life experience or business experience, Reaxion Graphics has a long history of working with agribusiness, so we were happy to work with pedigreed seed grower & dealer “Clearview Acres Ltd.” located new Virden, Manitoba. features information on their team – Clearview Acres is a three generation farm with a Heritage Farm designation – plus a list of their main commodities and services available to their customers.

    Website features:

    • Homepage providing a brief but clear outline of Clearview’s products and services, helping visitors find exactly what they are looking for, quickly.
    • A list of commodities with overviews of their growing characteristics
    • An About page & Contact page providing information about the farm, the team, and details providing direct methods to contact members of the team.

    To find out more, visit

  5. Launched: J&G Homes Arena

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    Reaxion Graphics is the proud provider of website design and support for the new and

    The Western Canada Hockey Academy (WCHA) is Brandon’s first hockey academy, and “J&G Homes Arena” is the  completion of that vision, being the home to all academy services from in class instruction to on ice instruction, as well as an exciting new location available for Brandon hockey beyond the academy.


  6. Launched: Ben Wiebe Construction Ltd.

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    Ben Wiebe Construction Ltd. has a long history of business in Brandon, MB, but they’ve also had a website with a long history and were ready for an upgrade! Not only a website upgrade for style, but a website they can update with new services at any time, add completed projects, etc. It was also important to improve the marketing of their core services that include Commercial Construction, Crane Services, Pile Driving, and Bridge Construction. (more…)

  7. Launched: Promises Bridal

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    For reasons beyond their control, Promises Bridal was temporarily without a website in the summer of 2021 – so we were happy to do a quick turn around in 2021! Luckily all content was already available from the start, so the only barrier was the design! What a treat! (more…)

  8. Launched: Advanced Arborcare Tree Services

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  features full information about all tree management services available to their customers in the Brandon and Westman area.

    Website features:

    • Homepage providing a brief but clear outline of Advanced Arborcare’s products and services, helping visitors find exactly what they are looking for, quickly.
    • Testimonials from real, satisfied customers, to enhance “social proof” of the quality of their services.
    • Provides numerous opportunities for visitors to contact Advanced Arborcare either online, by email, or by phone or text.
    • Reaxion Graphics also provided assistance in the establishment of a local Google Ads campaign.

    To find out more, visit

  9. Launched: Western Canada Hockey Academy (w/Ecommerce)

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    When was the last time you saw a great hockey website? Did your last time sport related signup involve emailed PDFs and payment by cheque? How much of a pain was it to hand in your signup and how much work was it for the organizers to put all that paper work together? Wouldn’t it be nice to skip all that?!

    We’re happy to launch a great new website with ecommerce for Brandon’s newest hockey organization, the “WCHA” or “Western Canada Hockey Academy”. Once fully operational, the Academy will feature it’s own hockey arena, guaranteeing ice time, and feature a blended school / hockey experience, splitting time between the ice and classroom for Academy students. However, hockey camps start summer 2021, so the WCHA requested a site to provide information as well as a system to sign up players for camps held at local arenas, take payment, track player information, and close camps once all spaces were taken – all of this was accomplished! 


    We’d like to geek out on every slick feature incorporated into this custom ecommerce website – but the problem is when it works, nobody really notices (or  cares)! That’s the way we like it!

    We are proud to continue to give website owners control of their online business. Most design agencies will create a website but shuffle the ecommerce to other third party providers. Why used “rented space” for your ecommerce when you can have it all yourself! Third party providers remove opportunities for a custom experience and control of what goes on in your ecommerce. Contact us for your ecommerce site today!


  10. Launched: Ecommerce Added to Existing Site!

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    Following up on our recent promotion to add ecommerce to existing WordPress websites, we’ve launched our first completed addition to long time client!

    Check out the video for the full commentary or continue reading below!

    This was the right sort of addition for the right reasons – a business that is not traditionally known for selling retail products (at least retail products are far behind in-person hair services, and certainly not a top of mind offering when one considers a salon), but products are indeed available AND they are always of higher quality than traditional big box retail options. The bottom line is there is no reason any business with products can’t strive to make those more readily available, especially with the popularity increase in overall global online shopping (that means everyone is getting comfortable with it!).

    Here are the main features of this site upgrade:

    • The site features over 100 products with photos. To get the client started, we assisted in quickly adding all product details and photos by uploading an excel document. Images and details came from the product supplier websites, so there was no hardcore content creation. The client only had to fill in price and quantities later (it was complete within a couple days of editing between seeing their own clients).
    • The payment solution used is “Square”, and since the brick and mortar shop did not have a PO system, Venus Hair and Body took advantage of Square’s PO system AND retail hardware, included hand barcode scanner, which assists in adding SKU information to product information as well, which also populates the website. The PO system “in the cloud” keeps stock levels available in store and on the website, solving online/offline stock issues! You could say both the shop and website got a retail upgrade!
    • Honestly, a lot of functions in Square make updating products EASIER than directly on the website. So much so they were able to add new products themselves, sometimes for complex situations that involve options like multiple sizes for an item.
    • Products on the website are divided between browsing all products or products by category.
    • A link to the full catalogue of items plus individual categories is accessible from the navigation menu
    • Of course, there is a standard “cart” customers can add their selections to, with a total kept in the header of the site at all times so they are aware of what the quantity and price total of what they’ve selected
    • So far Venus has opted to go with in-store pickup vs offering shipping, which injects a lot of work with packaging and shipping calculations. If you can go with in-person pickup, that is the way to go! Shipping product is the biggest ongoing job of ecommerce.

    Featuring ecommerce on a website opens so many more marketing opportunities. It’s great to promote your website on social media, but posting a retail sale gives customers that “what’s in it for me” reason to follow a link to your website. So many times businesses come to us with the idea “I just want something to market”, and dropping the odd product on your Facebook page can be a nice change from brainstorming a new social media post!

    Of you would like to add ecommerce to YOUR WordPress website, please let us know!