Check out work by RGD Members.
Ben Hagon RGD and the team at Intent created an online annual report for Toronto Community Housing (TCH).
Toronto Community Housing (TCH) is the largest social housing provider in Canada and the second largest in North America. In 2016, TCH worked with Intent (in close collaboration with DueGood) to bring a traditionally printed document online. The website is fully content managed, level AA compliant for accessibility, features dynamic animations, is responsive for all devices and browsers and was completed on time and on budget. The largest challenge on this project was meeting the objectives of Level AA accessibility while still designing a dynamic, interactive and responsive web experience. Visit the website at: http://annualreport.torontohousing.ca/
Paul Haslip RGD and the team at HM&E Design created the Toronto Complete Streets Guidelines.
HM&E were part of the core team of consultants led by DTAH as part of a two-year collaboration implementing this essential document. Toronto’s streets play a vital role in creating a sense of place, a safer and more universally-accessible city, healthy and active travel choices, green infrastructure and economic prosperity. Complete streets will ensure that social, economic and environmental priorities are integrated in street planning and design.
Ross Chandler RGD and the team at Ross Chandler Creative Projects created a print and digital campaign for Modo the Car Coop.
Modo is a British Columbia-based car share who required an outdoor and digital campaign to communicate the organization's new brand position in an increasingly competitive car share marketplace. A unique and own-able campaign was created to promote Modo’s unique attributes: a greater selection of vehicle types and its integration at a local community level in the municipalities it services. The simple concept meant members were able to participate and were invited to write their own versions of the ads to win prizes. The result has been vastly increased brand presence for Modo, and a notable increase in memberships since the campaign launch.
Anthony Furia RGD created a new identity, website and merchandise for artist Tosh Jeffrey.
Toronto-based artist Tosh Jeffrey sought to create a unified brand that could carry across his current print and online needs and expand into future retail applications. The logo was designed to emulate the expressive brushwork of the artist’s cityscape paintings and give the impression of a painting signature. Various merchandise applications were designed to open Tosh up to additional revenue streams, and a new website was developed to better facilitate the selling of his art. Learn more about this project.
Jason Recker RGD and the team at Carve created a new brand identity for Snapping Turtle Coffee Roasters.
Snapping Turtle Coffee Roasters is a brand new venture for a husband and wife team in St. Mary’s, Ontario. They needed a fitting brand identity that would get the locals talking and be able to play in the wholesale coffee arena. Carve's resident hand lettering guru Amanda McCallum set to work on this warm and quirky identity system that ticks off all the boxes, and seems to induce smiles wherever it goes.