Canadian Women’s Health Network is a unique and trusted national resource that has been providing independent information about, and addressing important issues affecting Canadian women's health for over 20 years. When the federal government cut their funding, they needed to create an information package to present to prospective donors.
From their existing logo and a previously commissioned illustration, a new brand and companion logo celebrating 20 years of service were created.
The Child Welfare League of Canada (CWLC) promotes the well-being and protection of vulnerable young people. Campaign for Canada’s Children and Youth: Making a Difference was created as a fundraising tool. Canada’s Children, is the bilingual quarterly newsletter distributed to the CWLC’s national and international members.
SUMMIT Investment Accounting Systems provides customizable software whose functionality is tailored to the unique requirements of each of its clients. A series of comprehensive and detailed information sheets help customers understand which services will exactly meet their needs.
One Minute Film Festival is a juried festival showcasing new films and videos that run no longer than one minute. Each year, the theme changes; this campaign is for social/media. Promotion for the event included online ads and postcards, as well as the program, which doubled as a small poster. Also shown is proposed bus shelter advertising.
AssessNet Inc., a full service medical-legal assessment company that has been in business for over 20 years required a refresh to capture its forward-thinking, quality-first approach. A system for branding marketing materials was established, starting with an update to the logo.
The First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada is a national non-profit organization that provides research, policy, professional development and networking support in caring for First Nations children, youth and families.
The Caring Society’s logo is central to the organization and it, along with elements suggestive of it are present throughout their communications.
Shannen Koostachin was a youth education advocate from of the Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario who campaigned for “safe and comfy schools and culturally based education for First Nations children and youth.”
After she passed away in a car accident at the age of 15, Shannen’s Dream was established to provide opportunities for children and youth of all backgrounds to collaborate, think creatively about the future and inspire one another to lead social change. The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society provides numerous school resources including posters, bookmarks and certificates of participation.
Building Education Opportunities is a program designed to help social workers, parents and young people access financial planning information for post secondary education. Resources in English, French and Inuk include information sheets, booklets and PowerPoint presentations.
INSIGHTS 2016, Ceridian’s annual user conference offers Ceridian clients one-on-one support, product and technology sessions, success stories presented by Ceridian customers, and hands-on demos from Ceridian experts. Among the extensive list of supporting materials for the event are the 100-page conference catalogue, signage of all types, email communications, and name badges.
Cute Stuff offers fine quality, hand made clothing for babies and children, as well as stuffed creatures called “Thingeeys.” Products are sold online and at One of a Kind.
Ambrosia Pastry Co. are one of a small group of chocolate makers in North America making craft bean-to-bar chocolate. They use organic, fair trade and ethically sourced beans from all over the world to make single-origin bars. Ambrosia has a small store front that is open to the public on Saturdays, with a selection of chocolate, pastries, tartes, desserts, waffles, ice cream, cookies, and preserves.