We solve digital problems
with real world solutions


It starts with a conversation

We can’t help you until we understand your needs. We’ll want to learn about your business, how it operates, and what you feel is missing.

Brainstorming and Daydreaming

We mix your ideas and goals with our experience to formulate a plan. Depending on your needs, this might involve some research, phone calls, interviews, or perhaps another meeting.

We put it all on paper

The key to any successful project is planning. We take all the ideas and suggestions, incorporate any research as necessary and provide you with an initial document that explains it all.

Visuals to Tell a Story

We design. This could be a new logo, a larger brand concept or perhaps wireframes and mockups of your new app or website.

Made-To-Order Digital Solutions

All the planning is put into action as we develop your new website or app. We continue to work with you throughout the process, testing along the way to ensure the final product meets all of your dreams.

Long-Term Support

A successful project is usually the first step in an ongoing relationship that lets us continue to work together, improving on your brand and digital capabilities.

Luscious Orange is the combined effort of Mike Fagundes and Paulo Fernandes. For the past 10 years, we've partnered with clients such as Volleyball Canada, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Subway Restaurants and the Crown Corporations Council to help them succeed with their businesses. As the primary designers, developers and project managers, we have the unique perspective into what it takes to produce a complete and top-tier product.

You won't find a portfolio on this website. Frankly, we spend our time focused on our clients and their work. If you want to learn more, send us an email, tweet, phone call, carrier pigeon, or whatever. We'll sit down for a coffee, beer, non-fat-kale-smoothie (if that's your thing) and talk about what you need, and how we can help make it happen.

That's our story, we'd love to hear yours!

If you're wondering where our name comes from, check out the crayola books scene from the movie Hackers.