Our services

Richard the Brave is a full-service graphic design studio. From websites to logos, we can take care of all your design and development needs.

Based on Vancouver Island • We work with people around the world and with local clients here in Nanaimo BC.

Why Richard the Brave?

Our standards are high. As a company, we’re very detail-oriented. You could even say we’re picky.

Because this stuff matters to us.

We think standards should be high.

But don’t worry if you don’t know a website from a water buffalo, or a brand standards guide from a banana.

As long as you want someone who cares about what you’re working on, we’ll make a great team.

Managing a list of to-dos

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Websites, logos, & more

Learn more about our design services below.
To discuss your project, get in touch!

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Website design & development

A professional website is a must-have for any serious business. We specialize in building websites for companies who want to be competitive in the online world.

Websites are complex, but owning a well-performing site doesn’t have to be. Our friendly and responsive approach takes the hassle out of building and maintaining your online address.

Intuitive user interface

Logo design

Your logo gives you a chance to show off the personality of your business. Your logo is your mark – and something to be proud of.

We’ll work with you to discover the best way to present your brand to the world. Through discussion, research, and some gut instinct, we’ll build a mark that leaves the right impression.

Touch interface interaction

Signage & stationery

Well-branded signage and stationery keeps your business visible in the community and top-of-mind with your customers.

Business cards to backlit signs, letterhead to sandwich boards, banners to stickers. We’ll ensure your marketing materials stay on message and on brand.

Writing content for the web

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Browse our work

Visit our portfolio for a curated list of websites designed and built by Richard the Brave.

Working on website code


Read more reviews
  • Craig Reimer, R-U Computing Co. Ltd.

    Their comprehensive, detail oriented style of communication is second to none.

    Craig Reimer R-U Computing Co. Ltd.
  • Dr. David Helmkay, SouthCare Chiropractic

    It's refreshing to have expectations exceeded rather than the opposite.

    Dr. David Helmkay SouthCare Chiropractic

Getting started

Starting your creative project is easy! Just get in touch to book a quick chat.

Select works

View our portfolio
  • K9 Connect

    This website and logo project required a quick turnaround to help a new dog training company get off the ground ASAP. We started from scratch, and still had K9 Connect branded and online in under 4 weeks.
  • Step Up to the Plate Nutrition

    Colourful and crisp – just like fresh veggies! – was the goal for this website project. Working with Tricia was a pleasure, and her passion and energy for her company made it easy to bring her unique services to the forefront.
  • Reflexology & Shiatsu Services of Toronto

    After Yvonne found us online, we completed her logo and website projects without ever meeting the Toronto-based client. We got it built and the content written through regular communication and client feedback.

Related questions

Browse all FAQs
  • I don’t know ANYTHING about websites. Is that a problem?

    Not at all.

    We take care of all the jargon-y and technical stuff so you don’t have to.

    And when we do need to bring you up to speed about something technical, we’re well-versed in making the information relatable.

  • How long does it take to build a website?

    6 to 8 weeks is a common, start-to-finish timeline for a website project.

    The scale and complexity of the website will also affect the overall timeline.

    6-8 weeks is typical for a small business website for a local company with a brick-and-mortar presence. The development time for a large online store, on the other hand, would be considerably more.

    At the beginning of your project, we will agree to a series of milestones in order to set clear expectations and keep your project on track.