The Kitchener-Waterloo Community Orchestra (KWCO)
had a brochure and website that didn’t reflect the quality of
the orchestra. The goal with this potential redesign was to
create an atmosphere of class that would allow the KWCO
to collect larger donations from it’s supporters and charge a
higher price for events, to help support the orchestra.
Miovision is a company that creates solutions to the
challenges facing today’s global transportation networks.
The company needed materials that reflected both their
youthful demographic as well as their professional status with
offices in two countries, while still using their existing logo.
This potential redesign of the TELUS quarterly financial
report keeps within the existing branding in print and on
the web, but provides a cleaner, easier to read layout with
more logical sorting of data.
TribeHR is a company that makes HR software designed
specifically for small and medium businesses. They wanted
infographics along the theme of “think like a …” for their blog.
My goal was to create infographics that fit with their existing
content, but also felt similar enough to be part of a series.
Create TV is a television station that appeals to the creator
in each of us. Each of the different elements of the station
identity reflect a different area of creativity such as painting,
crafting, and quilting.
TORN Magazine is for women who are original and
alternative. It aims to provide positive role-models and
offer advice for women who aren’t looking at mainstream
beauty and fashion.
How Not to Poach a Unicorn was published through the
Kobo and Kindle bookstores as an ebook. The EPUB files,
covers and layouts were all created for the author.
These were designed as promotional pieces for the Institute of
Food Processing Technology. The labels showcase the clean
and technical world of food processing, while the name ‘think
Carrots’ refers to the training programs they offer. These
packages were one of two winners chosen to be manufactured
by the IFPT.