This leaflet was produced in order to provide Future Possibilities for Kids' donors with a snapshot of the progress and accomplishments they were able to achieve with the help of their contributions. It was sent out as an insert in an end-of-year Thank You card mail-out.
The leaflet is 4" high by 5" wide, and folds as a C-fold with a cover, overleaf, inside spread and back.
Client: Future Possibilities for Kids
Creative Direction, Graphic Design
Icon design for a green building tour of the Earth Rangers Centre on the Kortright Centre campus, Ontario. The icons represent the Five Pillars of the sustainability tour: Earth, Air, Water, Energy and Life systems.
A collaboration with Melissa Felder, Project Lead
Client: Earth Rangers
Graphic Design, Icon Design
Infographic for a research study relating to the costs and benefitis of television studio lighting retrofits in various Canadian provinces.
Co-production of full report with Project Lead Melissa Felder, including research, infographics design and final layout.
This brochure promotes Right To Play International's program resources which support their four development impact areas: basic education and child development, health promotion and disease prevention, conflict resolution and peace education, and community development.
Work involved close consultation with the client to assess their goals and vision for the project, as well as design concepts, design development, and final delivery to print shop. Copy writing support was also provided.
Client: Right To Play International
Graphic Design, Print Design
The Toronto Design Nerds is an emerging group in Toronto, and part of the wider Design Nerds Empire.
The concept is to create and nurture a network of designers and artists (but really, anyone interested in design, community and collaboration) who desire to engage in design thinking and design opportunities with a spirit of collaboration and creative play, and to challenge the normative environment of their city. Diversity in the group enriches the design process and propels discussion far beyond the prescribed parameters of a project, revealing opportunities and unanticipated, often surprising results.
Client: Toronto Design Nerds