The objective of this project was to create an educational web application speaking to the depletion of natural coral reef ecosystems. The project became a foray into 3D modelling, the likes of which I had never tried prior. Each plant was individually modelled based on real coral structures. As the user moves through the site they are given the option to make lifestyle choices such as one would make on a day-to-day basis. The reef the user explores goes from vibrant and healthy to bleached based on the decisions they make as they click through the website. In order to proceed back to a healthy reef, users must learn from their decisions and make environmentally smart decisions. This will take them to the final landing page which provides further links and information on reef rehabilitation.
Branding for children's music educator. The brand is based on bringing the joy of learning music and helping children to increase cognitive ability through creative play. The brand employs characters and underwater metaphors to draw in children's imagination. Educational flyers are meant to spark curiosity as well as provide information to parents. Round stickers are designed for students' enjoyment.
UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME: GARD PROGRAM
Thought Cafe reached out to me to be part of a motion graphics project to promote the UNDP's Get Airports Ready for Disaster program. I collaborated with Thought Cafe to create 3D models and develop an aesthetic style for the video.
I was brought on to the team at The Centre for Innovation in Complex Care to contribute to several projects, one of which was the internal rebranding. In November 2014, The CICC became OPENLAB at UHN. I had the priviledge of working with designer, Nina Zahr to create the new logo and branding collateral including: business cards, letterheads, onepager, and reports.
Art Heals Health Health Heals Art is a collaboration between OpenLab, Artist's Health Alliance, and Artist's Health Centre. A one day event, the symposium looks to celebrate the work being done at the intersection of arts and healthcare.
My work with the project began as a logo design and progressed through a marketing plan, one pager, and on to designing and building a website.
The PODS project is part of the initiative for patient centred care. The project looks to improve the discharge process by creating summaries that are clear and understandable to patients, thereby increasing patient and clinician trust, and quality of care. The project involves 6 early adopter hospitals who are piloting the PODS in specific wards. Part of the pilot involves looking at how PODS are received, and working through problems that are encountered.
I was brought on to brand and create a graphic identity for the project. Part of the challenge was to create material that appeals both to patients and providers as well as creating iconography that communicates clearly and concisely.