CCMA’s clients include:


Web Design

We have designed over 100 websites for both non-profit and corporate clients. Our sites offer the latest in HTML5 functionality and easy, trouble-free content management. Here are a few recent examples of our web design work:

Alternatives for Youth

Designed to help youth with drug and alcohol concerns, provides answers to common questions and contact information for subtance abuse programs in Hamilton.View

Workforce Planning’s extensive archive of publications and reports helps employers recognise trends and make hiring decisions, and helps connect workers with those looking to hire.View

Contact Hamilton

Three sites integrated into one, Contact / DSOHNR / Passport help persons with developmental concerns and their families access services in the area, with on-the-fly switching between the three in either English or French.View


St. Joseph’s Crisis Outreach and Support Team site provides youth, adults and seniors in crisis answers to mental health questions and provides contact information for a number of mental health services in Hamilton.View


A video is a great way to speak personally to your client base. Our work has been featured on television and in movie theatres.

Hamilton Community
Legal Clinics

This promotional video for Hamilton Community Legal Clinics uses infographics and voiceover in both English and French to introduce the service to potential clients who may be in need of legal assistance.

Centre de Santé

A promotional video for Centre de Santé Communautaire Hamilton/Niagara. Available in English and French.

Woman Abuse Hurts Them Too

Designed and produced on extremely short notice to take advantage of a 15-second opening in a Cineplex theatre’s advertising loop, this video makes use of the dark environment and surround sound system to paint an auditory picture of the unseen victims of spousal abuse.

It’s Still Sexual Assault

Another theatre spot for WAWG, this vibrant and energetic kinetic typography video breaks down a complex issue in a very short amount of time.

The Chroma Project

A series of videos developed to showcase success stories in the Chroma Project, a program of the University of Guelph’s Department of Intercultural Affairs that pairs first-year newcomer students with mentors who have first-hand experience adapting to life in Canada.

Print Design

Our print work has helped dozens of businesses and organizations express themselves. We have created print ads, books, cards, signage and clothing.


Contracted by the Hamilton Community Legal Clinic, CCMA designed and produced posters for the “I AM AFFECTED” campaign. These posters were advertised at local bus stops across Hamilton to bring awareness of the issues that aboriginals face.
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