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We Are Reactr.

We Are Reactr.

An experiential program at Fanshawe that links student teams with companies to develop Web and digital media solutions.

Who We Are

WHO WE ARE

Reactr is the applied research team in the Interactive Media programs at Fanshawe College. We work collaboratively with companies on Web and digital media projects.

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  • Reactr project teams are 100% student-driven.
  • Students gain valuable professional experience working on dedicated projects.
  • Students are guided and supervised by faculty and staff with years of design and development experiences.
  • Collaborative projects are often grant-funded through OCE, NSERC and other agencies. Or self-funded by the client company.

Latest Projects

IECS Phase 1

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Heff’s Hives

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Forest City Cakes

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HR Downloads

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JE Bearing

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Dental Strategy

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What We Offer

WHAT WE OFFER

Each Reactr project is developed by a team of students dedicated to that project,
supervised and supported by Fanshawe faculty and staff.

The work that we undertake falls into these main categories:

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WEB DESIGN and development

Creation of a customized informational Web site for a company, with content management features.

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large scale web application development

Planning and building of a complex, Web-based application to address more specific company needs.

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Graphic design and BRANDING

The Reactr team works with a company to create a design and branding document for Web and print use.

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digital media consultation and planning

Planning meetings with a company to define a longer-term digital strategy and development timelines.

Why Hire Us

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Why Work With Reactr

While partnering with Reactr on digital media projects can certainly be cost-effective, there are other ways a company partner can benefit from collaboration

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connect with talented students

Reactr students graduate with a very desirable skill set; they represent an ideal hire for supporting Web and digital media growth in any company.

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access development grants for collaborative projects

Reactr projects are funded through grants from government agencies such as NSERC and OCE, providing opportunities for companies to enhance their digital media capacity.

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provide enhanced experiences for students

Reactr projects represent unique experiences for students to gain real-world skills; every partnership increases the opportunities for our students.

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work with a team dedicated to you rproject

Teams are selected from recommended students in our programs, through interviews and skill tests. One student team works on one project for its duration.

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The Numbers Don't Lie

The Numbers Don't Lie.

400K

in sponsorships and funding.

34

projects completed.

72

jobs created for students.

95%

alumni who were hired after grad.

what our clients had to say

“The teaching staff was exceptional Rob and Natalia were engaged in the project and directed the students very well. It was a very professional operation I felt like it was a top level advertising company. I would really like the opportunity to work with Rob and Natalia and the students I feel it would be great learning experience to see it unfold in a professional manner.”

Jeff Pitman, Truckladders

“I had a great experience and hope to continue a strong relationship with everyone involved in the Reactr program!”

Greg Arvai, IECS

“We really enjoyed working with Reactr and watching our site come to life. Everyone involved was a pleasure to work with. Both Alicia and Amanda did an amazing job with the content we provided and capturing our overall vision for our site despite our constantly changing and evolving business. Thank you again.”

Lisa Dinoff, Forest City Cakes

“I am quite satisfied with the output of work and feel it is of exceptional value all things considered. I feel very fortunate to have experienced this program. Being an alumni, I am also delighted that the students that were curated to work on my project received an enriched educational experience beyond regular course curriculum and truly wish this program was around when I was enrolled.”

Ashleigh Ross, Rove Media Inc.