New Projects by RGD Members - December 2019

Check out work by from Context Creative, Studio Locale, Blok, Ebb + Flow Creative, Works Design and Becoming Design Office

Lionel Gadoury RGD and the team at Context Creative worked with the Ontario Securities Commission to create is an interactive microsite that provides a dynamic, engaging look at the fundamentals of growing money to encourage retail investors to build on their financial literacy needs to make informed investment decisions. 
Philip Mondor RGD and the team at Studio Locale redesigned a website for Pioneer Craftsmen to complement a graphic refinement to modernize their iconic identity.

The new website better showcases their award-winning projects, supports organic SEO and engages potential, right-fit clients to reach out when beginning their renovation process. Pioneer Craftsmen offers design-build home renovations to clients who value exquisite design and quality craftsmanship. 



Vanessa Eckstein RGD and the team at Blok designed chef Eduardo García’s first cookbook, Maximo.
Revealing the Mexican chef’s practice, relationships and daily life at restaurant Maximo Bistrot, the cookbook journeys through transformation fuelled by pure emotion.
Janet Straker RGD at Ebb + Flow Creative designed the 2017 and 2018 annual reports for the Region of Waterloo Waste Management.
This sampling of pages articulates the changes and growth in waste management within the city through the combination of illustration, infographics and charts.
Works Design has a long-standing relationship with the GTAA. They analyzed stakeholder needs and produced material that communicates long-term strategy.
In response to rising demand for convenient, efficient connectivity, Toronto Pearson is growing into one of the world’s greatest global hubs. By transforming itself and the region around it – it's lifting nearby communities through additional transit connections, jobs and economic growth. This is the vision that informs the campaign “Count on Pearson.”
Ross Chandler and the team at Becoming Design Office Ltd created an identity for the new KWENCH work + culture club.
The program consisted of a variable identity, full 26 character alphabet and some really fun applications like steel building signage, stationery and other promotional materials.

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