We're a creative agency specializing in design, strategy, and web development.
We believe the best web solutions are built for your exact needs. You don't need to fit a mold or settle for good enough. We build robust, reliable solutions that will bring you value for years to come.
We're problem-solvers. We find ways to organize stuff, automate processes, manage complex data, adapt to growth or change, and connect with people. Yes, your website can do all that. We'll make it happen.
For branding, creative campaigns, and digital strategy, we’re focused on outcomes because we share in your success.
You can't predict the future, so we'll help you design it. We work on-demand to achieve your evolving and ongoing design needs.
Every project starts with a discovery stage to help us understand your business goals and the people using your website. From there, we build a strategy for user-friendly content that fulfills your needs and drives people to your website.
Your content strategy is so much more than words. Lean on us for all of your content creation and digital marketing. From the start, we'll guide the development and delivery of useful, usable content for your website.
Paulo Fernandes and Mike Fagundes met at the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Engineering. In 2015 they united their experiences in engineering, design, programming, and visual effects to form Luscious Orange. We're now a team of seven, bringing content strategy, user experience, and digital marketing to meet our clients diverse web and design goals.
As our co-owner and chief problem-solver, Paulo leads our web-based projects. He has a knack for turning digital chaos into clarity.
B.Sc. Computer Engineering, University of Manitoba.
From his background in Engineering and interactive design, Mike's creative energy guides our design projects. He's also our co-owner and business manager.
B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, University of Manitoba.
Carey leads the content strategy and project management of our web projects, and guides customers through the content development process.
Journalism, Photojournalism major, SAIT.
Katie focuses on web frameworks, infrastructure, integrations, and data management. Behind the scenes, she's the one making everything make sense.
Web Developer diploma, University of Winnipeg.
Courtney brings her marketing experience to our online projects, enhancing website content to expand customer reach and developing digital marketing plans for long-term success.
BBA Marketing, University of Regina.
Camila creates intuitive and meaningful web experiences through user-centred research and design. From customer journeys to user testing, she drives the UX and UI design for our web projects.
MA Communication, Art & Design, PUCRS
BA Communication & Media Studies, Usability and Ubiquity Lab
BA Design & Applied Arts, UniRitter.
Jeanne focuses on our design needs for digital marketing, social media, branding and advertising by creating work that delights the senses and serves a purpose
BA Graphic Design and International Business Degree, Minot State University
We believe in leading a collaborate and transparent process that instills trust and confidence in us, in your team, and with your audience. For all things design, digital, and strategy, we're your sounding board, your expertise, and your ally. We work as an extension of your team and rally toward your goals, because we share in your success.
We build websites in Tungsten, a powerful Content Management System that provides unmatched control and customization. We know this because we built Tungsten from the ground up, with over 15 years of testing, iteration, and real-world success. It allows us to build a website to fit your exact needs, then add or expand features to meet the growth of your organization.
Our name was inspired by the 1995 cult classic movie, Hackers. One scene mentions the phrase "Luscious Orange" in a passing reference to the US Department of Defence TCSEC. Intrigued, Mike purchased the lusciousorange.com domain in 2001, just in case. It was the beginning of our brand. Here's the clip from the movie, directed by Iain Softley.