Specializing in custom WordPress Design, Social Media Campaigns, Email Marketing for Business, Non-profits & Political Campaigns.
Armadillo Studios is a Calgary-based web design/development outfit that has been kicking around since 2007. Since then we have helped numerous businesses, political campaigns, non-profits, and start-ups vastly improve their online presence. Armadillo Studios enjoys loves helping clients make a statement on the web.
Whether you’re just getting started or an established business in the community, Armadillo can build you a customized WordPress powered web site, provide Social Media Training or set-up an attention grabbing E-mail Marketing Campaigns
Seeking a nomination or planning your next campaign? Armadillo Studios has a long history of working with candidates to grab the attention of potential voters through mobile responsive campaign web sites and supporter fostering e-mail campaigns.
Armadillo Studios has had the pleasure of working with a variety of non-profits. With a unique set of needs, we are always looking for new and innovated ways to get your message across and increase exposure to the right audience at the right time.
Now with the launch of Alpha House’s new site, I started thinking about all the Non-profit and charitable organizations that Armadillo has had the pleasure to work with over the past few years. Given that the Non-profits and local charities are one of Armadillo Studio’s key clientele I figured it would be a great time to reflect on these projects and showcase some of the great project’s we’ve had the pleasure of on working over the last little while.
August 31st, 2015 is the nine year anniversary of Armadillo Studios Inc., so it’s time for a little reflection and celebration. Over the past nine years the Web Design world and Social Media landscape has evolved at a dramatic pace.
For the second straight year, Armadillo Studios Inc., was a not only a sponsor of Calgary WordCamp 2015, but one of the co-organizers. This year’s edition of Calgary WordCamp set a new standard for the WordCamp community, with a sold out crowd of 150 attendees, a packed after party and three solid streams of in depth WordPress content for users of all background.