Design. For the people.

We're 175 Dundas. We build non-profit, government and educational brands. Using evidence to inform digital strategy, we put our users first. With over 8 years of non-profit and healthcare industry expertise creating and maintaining web presences for brands, we're a team of designers, developers and strategists who care about efficiency, web standards, and accessibility.

We can help with...

  • Web Dev (HTML, CSS3)
  • Digital & print design
  • Content Strategy
  • Brand Identity
  • Wireframing & Information Architecture
  • Web Analytics & SEO
  • Cross-browser compatability
  • WordPress & other CMS'
  • Responsive Design
  • Social Media
  • Multimedia Editing
  • Web Accessibility
Grassroots design for community.

We believe that the unique needs of non-profit and healthcare institutions require a special understanding of knowledge translation and user-driven design.

Our team of designers, developers and strategists is committed to working collaboratively with our clients to create branding, websites, and communications materials that surpass our clients' expectations while delivering on our dedication to web standards and accessibility.

If you are a small to medium-scale non-profit or community organization, we might be a great fit. Our biggest strength is our ability to approach problems from a user-first perspective, and we're committed to create intuitive and innovative alternatives to oft-complicated processes.

Our client list

The Hospital for Sick Children
Planned Parenthood Toronto
Midwifery Ontario
University of Toronto
Canadian Network for Psychoanalysis & Culture
The Harbourfront Centre
Canadian Society for Transplantation
The White House Studio Project

Community Organizations:
Need a website but not sure if you have the budget for it? We think good communications strategy should be accessible to everybody. Please contact us to discuss your needs.

Thank you for your interest in OneSeventyFive.     +1 (416) 700-9713

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