Check out recent projects by RGD Members.
Julian Brown RGD (On the Chase!) designed a series of short social media animations for WWF Canada.
To help launch a new WWF report on wildlife decline in Canada, Julian devised a series of 6 x :20 animations to help spread the love beyond launch day. WWF’s feed is mostly photographic, so stark silhouette graphics maximize viewer impact and match the gravitas of the statistics. View the full videos here.
The publication is intended to connect alumni, donors, staff, and students to the inspiring stories coming out of the school. This issue features a cover shot by Christopher Boffoli (aka Big Appetites,) and works from photographers Jennifer Roberts, Arthur Mola, Christopher Manson and illustrator LeeAndra Cianci.
John DeWolf RGD and the team at Form:Media worked on the renewal of Fort Needham Memorial Park in Halifax
In 1917 an unprecedented explosion dramatically changed the history and landscape of Halifax. A multidisciplinary collaboration between Ekistics Planning & Design and Form:Media resulted in the renewal of a public park replete with a deconstructed approach to memorializing the tragedy—just in time for its hundredth anniversary.
Diti Katona RGD and the Concrete team re-designed Woodbine Entertainment Group's brand identity.
Woodbine Entertainment Group is the largest operator of horse racing and wagering in Canada. With their recent announcement to transform the 684 acre site into a broader entertainment experience, Woodbine needed to revitalize its brand identity. Concrete introduced new architecture to unify WEG’s racing business under one brand.
Wendy Gray RGD and the Gravity Inc. team developed the theme online and in print for Community Living Toronto's annual report.
Through their annual report, Community Living Toronto (a terrific agency in the Developmental Services sector) was looking to promote inclusion and showcase their breadth and depth across Toronto. The Gravity team developed the Neighbours in Your Community theme and brought the report to life in two formats: a website featuring an interactive map with a hover feature to locate all services and supports in any particular neighbourhood, and a print version formatted as a fold out map which has become a very popular poster.