In this unprecedented time, designers are doing their part to address the needs of their clients (both internal and external) and the public at large. In this showcase, the RGD highlights COVID-related projects by designers working at creative agencies and in-house for organizations that work directly with the public.
With the pandemic evolving rapidly, they had to develop communication that was adaptable that allowed them to share and change the message quickly within the 12 municipalities.
Fidel Peña RGD and Claire Dawson RGD along with the team at Underline Studio designed a poster for Designers Against Coronavirus (DAC), a digital archive and book created and curated by Carosello Lab in Milan.
DAC is aiming to raise funds for the International Red Cross and Croce Rossa Italiana. Our poster illustrates with straight forward language and layout the need to keep social distance during the pandemic.
Judy Wheaton, CGD, Graphic Designer at City of Moncton, designed signage and graphics for social media to advise the citizens of various rules and regulations put into motion due to combat the pandemic.
Moncton being a bilingual city and corporation, all the communication was provided in English as well as in French.