In August 2016, Atlantic Business Magazine challenged agencies within Atlantic Canada to team up with a charity to create a marketing campaign that raises awareness and gives back to the community. The prize, worth a minimum of $30,000, consists of six full pages in the print edition. Cossette and I teamed up with the Greater Moncton Homelessness Steering Committee (GMHSC), an organization that provides leadership and resources to the homeless population and people and families at-risk of becoming homeless.
Greg Dubeau RGD
May 11, 2016
2300 Gottingen Street
Areas of SpecialtyBranding, Corporate Communications, Publication
Other CapabilitiesBook Design, Branding, Corporate Communications, Digital Marketing, Illustration, Information Design, Motion Graphics, Print Promotion, Publication, Signage/Wayfinding, Typography
Client SpecialtyArts & Culture, Consumer Goods, Entertainment, Financial Services, Food, Government, Healthcare, Hospitality, Non-profit, Professional Services, Retail, Technology
Interested in FreelanceYes
Availability for freelance work
24/7 - 365
Company descriptionGraphic Design and Art Direction.
Why am I an RGD?I'm an RGD because I want to be part of a community that practices a moral code of conduct, encourages best practices within the industry and provides support and resources for its members.
What is my most memorable RGD moment?My most memorable RGD moment was the hours I invested into building my RGD case studies and presenting them to the interview panel.
Why am I a designer?I'm a designer because I enjoy making things that help people.
Why should you hire me?You should hire me because you want to add a creative partner to your team. Together we'll collaborate—not delegate—and have dialogue and debate during every stage of the creative process.
Where do I see myself in 5 years?In five years I'd like to have a unique voice within the design community based off of the quality of my work and my engagement with prominent design issues and conversation.