Igniting Ideas

We work with clients to understand their objectives before setting our creative minds to work to deliver unforgettable experiences. Whether it’s an interactive knowledge wall at an event, designing action-oriented breakout groups, mapping complex journeys through health systems, designing delightful animations, or pioneering augmented reality and interactive graphics… we’re passionate about igniting ideas in memorable ways.

We have 15+ years of experience in graphic recording on paper, digitally, and virtually. We’re skilled at integrating graphics with a meeting agenda so the visuals facilitate dialogue, use images unique to your topics and culture of work, are interactive for participants, and have a strategy for using the graphics after the meeting. We’re passionate about exploring new ways of leveraging technology to deepen learning — whether it’s augmented reality, interactive digital graphics, or unique ways of facilitating virtual meetings.

Our animations explain complex topics through memorable storytelling. We strive to balance your key messages with engaging visuals, humour, and a format that aligns with your organization and culture. Whether it’s a simple whiteboard video, a quirky stop-motion animation, or more polished 2D graphics – we have an animation style for every project. We partner with our clients from initial concepting through script drafting, storyboarding, animation, and editing.

Journey mapping identifies challenges & opportunities people experience in a service, program, or system. The “patient” or “client” is central to mapping: they are the only people who have a full perspective on the entire journey. We have mapped complex journeys through cancer care, mental health & addictions, opioid treatment, COPD, outreach services, severe asthma, ER discharge pathways, and detailed IM/IT data pathways, among many others.

Knowledge Walls capture the big themes, ideas, and questions from an event in one impressive big picture. At multi-day events where there are many concurrent workshops & presentations, a Knowledge Wall is the hub of the event where people can gather to take in themes from sessions they may have missed, ask questions, and contribute to the wall. Knowledge Walls are designed to be tactile and interacitve, and are proving to be the connective thread at large virtual meetings.

Infographics map out your concepts in a concise one-pager that can be shared online and in presentations, or as printed hand-outs and large posters. Infographics can be made interactive with pop ups with more information or links to other documents. We’ve translated dense strategic plans into “visual executive summaries,” mapped out curriculums and training plans, designed journey maps of pathways through a system, and summarized research papers into visual reports.

FEATURED WORK

These case studies pull back the curtain on the process behind each project, including objectives, challenges, design process, and outcomes. View more of our work.

MEET THE TEAM

We prioritize matching the right talent for your project based on their experience in your topics and their personality. Learn more about our backgrounds and areas of expertise.

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  • Graphic recording / graphic facilitation captures the key highlights and ideas from a meeting. But how can we back up these powerful quotes and visuals with fact? Augmented reality (AR) is a tool for annotating graphic recordings or large posters....

  •   Who said a virtual meeting only has to be experienced through screens? A conference in a box (or conference-in-an-envelope) is a fantastic way of bringing the energy of a meeting to participants’ homes. These special deliveries might contain a...

  • Virtual meetings are quickly becoming a preferred way of convening teams and large groups without the risk of travel delays, cancellations, influenza and epidemics, or impact on the environment. But how do you “break the fourth wall” of the computer...

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