A virtual space for fostering connections amongst practitioners of pedagogical documentation. Canadian educators are becoming increasingly aware of the growing possibilities of pedagogical documentation to reveal the emotional, social, physical, and intellectual capacities of young children. The use of pedagogical documentation is inspired by the educators of Reggio Emilia, Italy in their approach to early […]
The visual identity and website for Refiguring Innovation in Games. ReFiG is a 5 year project supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Composed of an international collective of scholars, community organizers and industry representatives, ReFiG is committed to promoting diversity and equity in the game industry and culture and effecting real […]
The logo redesign for abel. ABEL connects researchers, educators, public and private sector organizations and other affiliated partners through the program’s services: Professional Learning Access to technological tools and support Access to learning resources Innovation and mobilization through research Technical and pedagogical consulting services Media services VALUES Innovate: Build potential. Collaborate: Harness collective knowledge. Transform: […]
Canadian Game Studies Association logo and website design. Canadian Game Studies Association is an organization dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of digital games. Its primary goal to support the work of Canadian researchers, graduate students, artists, game desginer, programmers, theorists, and other working in this field. The logo designed for CGSA emulates the qualities and […]
Visual identity and website design for All I’s On Education: Imagination, Integration, Innovation. Vi3P is both a research and professional development project that is currently taking place in ten Ontario school boards. The focus of the project is on developing new conversations about how the teaching and learning in math, science and the arts can be […]
Visual identity and website for System Implementation and Monitoring K-12. SIM K-12 provides a forum for sharing and dialogue by educators across Ontario, as schools and districts move towards high levels of student achievement; reduced gaps in student achievement; and high levels of public confidence in public education. This site aims to provide Ontario educators with information […]
Narrative community website for person-centered care practitioners. The Art of Experience is a Narrative community website for person-centered care practitioners. The website includes activities for auto/biographical exploration of experience with nurses, students, teachers and patients. The project included logo design and website design.
Institute for Research on Digital Learning logo and website design. IRDL : The Institute for Research on Digital Learning has a broad mandate to engage in systematic inquiry, discussion, and information sharing related to the uses of technology in teaching and learning by encouraging schools, government, and industry to provide collaborative, multidisciplinary approaches to research […]
Research report design. The “Bringing the Cloud into the Classroom” report was designed for The Council of Ontario Directors of Education (CODE). The report is a formative evaluation of the use of cloud computing in three school districts in Ontario. The 100 page report was made available to directors, the Ministry of Education, and School […]
Conference identity design, digital and print promotional materials. The ABEL Summer Institute is an annual conference for educators interested in advancing their knowledge of learning technologies. The theme of the 2013 conference was “LevelUP” and the conference identity played on the theme of navigating a vast space (ocean) of digital tools. The project included identity […]
Logo, website and application design. Open VU Lab is a remote accessibility testing application developed to test the usability of websites, applications and virtual environments. The project included the logo, website and application design. The user interface was developed in collaboration with a team of developers and tested by researchers across diverse disciplines.