Tag Archives: Design
After a complete rebuild to JCI Institute’s brand identity, it was time for a website that fit the new look. This one fully aligns with the new look in a compelling and user-friendly way.
The challenge: Help Rock 101 tweak its 20 year format from classic rock of the 60’s 70’s and 80’s to rock hits of the 70’s 80’s and 90’s. The answer, bring iconic songs from those periods together. Visually, powerfully and … Continue reading
Expanding on the “Born to do this” brand platform, a fun and vibrant new visual approach was used to call out the different disciplines offered at JCI. Hand-sculpted Fimo figurines tell the stories of young artists discovering their true calling … Continue reading
The Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Region almost sells itself – but the ad space in its publication was proving to be a bit of a challenge. So we gave the guide and website a facelift. With a new look and … Continue reading
To celebrate the first day of Spring (the season and the agency) we hit the streets of Vancouver in search of hugs. Big hugs, little hugs, long hugs, group hugs, and of course, fuzzy, furry, animal hugs. For every embrace, … Continue reading
Over the past 125 years, countless people have enjoyed the experience of peering over the edge of Capilano Suspension Bridge while shaking in their boots. But the bridge has also been a front row seat to thousands of spectacular sightings … Continue reading
The underground live music venue, Guilt & Co., offers a unique experience, so their website should do the same. Inspired by a struggle to choose between what’s moral and immoral, the design gave viewers two paths to the site’s content, … Continue reading
Unlike Facebook, Urban Barn’s chairs won’t unexpectedly change every few months.
These 6 x 12 promotional banners took to the air at Vancouver International Airport to feature new flights out of this busy wet coast hub.