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Our work extends across businesses and industries, from one of the largest media companies in the world to manufacturing businesses and nonprofits that make a difference. See what we’ve done.
Based in Silicon Valley, Richardson Oliver works with high-tech companies to navigate the intersection of business, technology, and the law. We first met when they needed a brand for their law practice, and worked together again on a brand and website for a new consulting line of business.
Known as the Group of Seven gallery for years, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection needed help articulating it's full mandate with new designs for its marketing and e-commerce websites.
When the Canadian Mental Health Association's (CMHA) Middlesex branch amalgamated a variety of local health services under a nationally recognized brand, we built the website. In 2016, they were ready to align their much loved social enterprise and specialized service brands with the national look.
A group of individuals from London decided to put together information on what the living wage in London would be and to promote being a living wage employer. We helped them with creating a brand and website to represent their cause and help spread the word.
After being approached in early February by the Forest City Film Festival (FCFF) to redesign their new logo/mark we were excited to get to work...
It’s a single, simple word. But it may be the one that someone can’t get out in the middle of a serious mental health crisis.
That important insight was the seed for BeSafe, an app co-created by mindyourmind and rTraction.
When Kingston’s beautiful and historic Grand Theatre, the city’s premier performing arts facility, sent out a request for proposal (RFP) in 2011 for a new website, they knew they wanted to give visitors an online sense of the theatre and the live performance experience
Across Canada, women make up only 25% of representatives across municipal, provincial, and national governments. The City of London and web.isod.es created 25%: A Documentary to tell that story and encourage women to run for office. We helped support the launch through a social media campaign.