XIST researched online video standards and best practices. Using the results from the research phase of the project XIST converted existing videos on DVD to web appropriate formats.
Challenges met include:
- large file sizes
- end-users on multiple platforms
- evolving web standards (HTML 5.0)
- long-term file disposition and migration
XIST developed a new web site for an accounting and bookkeeping company. The site has been tremendously successful in generating leads and expanding sales. Services included:
- information architecture design
- CSS controlled user interface design
- content development
- search engine optimization, and
- online marketing
XIST completed a large-scale conversion of bilingual scientific and computational data into the Government of Canada’s Common Look and Feel (CLF 2.0) standard.
XIST completed a large-scale conversion of bilingual scientific and computational data from Microsoft Word format documents into HTML format. The work included:
- template development
- quality assurance processing
- HTML coding
- logical formatting of data for structural integration with CSS controlled HTML presentation
XIST is currently engaged in a project to provide ongoing, as needed HTML coding and conversion services to adapt complex Word, Powerpoint, Excel and other document format files into a government of Canada template to comply with CLF 2.0 and departmental standards.
XIST completed a conversion of a federal Government Department’s complex Annual Report into the Government of Canada’s Common Look and Feel (CLF 2.0) standard HTML.