New office location!

74 Bridge Street

Paradime has moved into our beautiful new offices in downtown Carleton Place. We’re now located at:

74 Bridge Street
Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V3

Please note that our Internet service and phone lines won’t be connected until Thursday March 3rd.

To ensure prompt service, please call:


Perth Picture Framing redesigned!

Paradime has redesigned Perth, Ontario-based Perth Picture Framing. A redesign was critical as the old site was not responsive and didn’t support mobile browsers. The new site is built off the industry standard WordPress Content Management System and allows their staff to easily update and maintain their content and provide a much more dynamic experience for site visitors.


Old Site:


Keyesbury redesigned!

Keyesbury Distributors Limited hired Paradime to redesign their web site. Some of the new features include dynamic content, mobile-friendly design, SEO optimized, and full accessibility support. Currently operating as a soft-launch, an advanced e-commerce shopping cart will be added within the next few months.


DICA redesigned!

Carleton Place, ON-based DICA Electronics Ltd. has chosen Paradime to redesign their web site to showcase their company to a North American audience. The goal was to provide a clean, corporate look but provide dynamic content throughout the site. The site is also mobile-friendly and meets accessibility guidelines.


Vista Credit redesigned!

Paradime has launched a redesigned web site for Ottawa-based Vista Credit. The site features a clean design that is responsive, accessibility-ready, Google SEO optimized. The site is also fully secured via SSL and encrypted to provide increased security and client confidence.


Enhanced Accessibility as a standard.

Paradime has started developing web sites with enhanced accessibility features as a standard.

Similar to how responsive design was once considered an option and now mandatory, accessibility has quickly become a requirement for all web sites.

Many of the sites we’ve designed over the past few years meet the WCAG 2.0 standard. However, we’ve now taken steps to further provide enhanced accessibility features. such as better color contrast, keyboard navigation, and better screen reader support.

In Ontario, Canada, it is a legal requirement under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). There may be similar legal requirements in other Provinces.

For more information or to ensure your web site is compliant, please contact us.