The ease in which someone
can access your information
is nearly as important as
the information itself. Good information design will leave your audience satisfied and informed instead of frustrated and confused.
Maps, one shown here, of the bike and run courses for the Midnight Sun Triathlon in Yellowknife, NWT.
Registration form for the Midnight Sun Triathlon. With no web registration, the Multisport Club needed a concise and methodical registration form to collect the necessary information from each racer. Due to printing limitations, the form was created in grayscale.
Icon set for a Geographic Information System (GIS) water application. The final output size, shown at the bottom of each column, was 32 x 32 pixels.
Great Slave Helicopters was celebrating 25 years; to honour the occasion, a calendar featuring their stunning photography was produced. Silver metallic ink and a spot varnish were used so, to offset the print cost, we limited
the page count and found a solution that both showcased the photography and presented the calendar information. Produced for Kellett Communications.
This is one of many map books produced for use by emergency responders to navigate First Nations communities. Each book contains maps of the community and pertinent information on buildings to facilitate the quickest possible response to an emergency.