Educational

FNTC Talks Tech

Project Description

FNTC Talks Tech: INNOVATION - this short shareble film is the first in a series we are doing in collaboration with the First Nations Technology Council to help position them within the world of technology and innovation as a culturally safe way to look at how technology, innovation and entrepreneurship can benefit indigenous people and communities. We also created their cool video banner on their new website! 

Real Aid Means No Blockade

Project Description

We created this animated infographic for Aid Watch Palestine. Special thanks to Maggie Wang and Ignacio Florez for all the volunteer hours they put in! 

Living With Cancer book

Project Description

We created a support book called "LIving With Cancer, Everyone Deserves Support" for First Nations and Métis people living with cancer in BC. This was a project created by  partners First Nations Health Authority, BC Cancer Agency, the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres, and Métis Nation BC. It was funded by the Canadian Partnerhship Against Cancer. It was a real honour to interview all the amazing people pictured in the book.

Vancouver Coastal Health

Project Description

We created a series of graphics for Vancouver Coastal Health's Communicable Disease Control department to use in their ourtreach materials an on their website.

Micronutrient Forum

Project Description

We created a signature illustration for the Micronutrient Forum to use in promoting their upcoming Micronutrient Forum Global Conference, October 24-28 in Cancun, Mexico. Drawing on Mayan themed iconography, attention is drawn to women and girls, as the theme of the conference is "Positioning Women at the Centre of Sustainable Development. We look forward to extending this theme and illustration style as the conference approaches.

Drawing Wisdom

Project Description

Drawing Wisdom is a new iniative we are in devlopment on.

Generation Hep

Project Description

We created a branded campaign about hepatitis C targeted at Baby Boomers (born 1945-1965), coming up with an entire new demographic: Generation Hep. The rollout of the campaign is tied into World Hepatitis Day 2015, officially launching on July 28. We produced sky train ads, display banners, postcards, posters and a campaign website. Together with partners we formed a planning committee to steer the brand forward. Our vision is a national brand that has the resources to do a significant branding campaign while being grassroots driven. All so that our message that everyone in "Generation Hep" should get tested. It's easy and there's a cure.

Partners Pacific Hepatitis C Network, HepCBC, First Nations Health Authority, Lower Mainland Purpose Society for Youth and Families

Tags Educational Web Strategy Social Media Non-Profit Engagement Community Collaboration Graphic Design Marketing Campaign Illustration Health & Wellness Branding

Sisters Speak

Project Description

Sisters Speak is a project to share knowledge with young First Nations women and girls in Vancouver to prevent sexual exploitation. In May 2015, we launched the first phase of a digital storytelling campaign featuring a video, postcards, display banners and website.
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Honouring Our Voice

Project Description

After doing a similar book about HIV last year for Chee Mamuk, Honouring our Journey, this new book focuses on the stories of those living with and affected by hepatiis C. Honouring our Voices uses photography and storytelling to impart important health information about how to test for and treat Hep C, wth moving stories about First Nations individuals and their experiences deadling with this disease. 

TB Germ A Cunning World Traveller!

Project Description

TB Germ — A Cunning World Traveller was created in collaboration with the TB Services team at the BCCDC with support from the BC Lung Association. This project is in six languages, English, Mandarin, Punjabi, Vietnamese, Korean and Tagalog and launched on World TB Day 2015. Now in the process of being evaluated the animation can be viewed in all languages on the BCCDC website and our vimeo channel.

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