Canadian Bookshelf Website


Haig and his Lift Studios team were asked to create a visual identity and website for Booknet Canada in 2011. The project’s goal was to become the place where Canadians around the world could visit to find any Canadian book ever published. The site would eventually house over 80,000 titles, reviews, bookclubs and author profiles.

The design was optimized for browsing and search a vast range of books and provide extensive bibliographic information about every book. The website has received a great amount of positive feedback and continues to grow.
See the site: http://www.canadianbookshelf.com

Neko Case Website


In 2006, international recording artist Neko Case approached Haig to design her website. A warm welcoming design was created on an extendible content management system. The site allows Neko to easily share her touring stories and photography with her fans, showcase her music and sell merchandise. After six years the site still receives great feedback from both Neko and her fans.

See the site: http://www.nekocase.com

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Look in the MIRROR

For the past 3 years I’ve been working on a project called MIRROR with my good friend Thomas Anselmi. Our collaboration began with a breakfast meeting about a website and quickly evolved into us writing music and visually refining the MIRROR brand together.

MIRROR just launched a new site and put on two free shows to close friends. The show is an experimental video and music project which has been described as a little bit like walking onto the backlot of a David Lynch film studio.