[v] 416.653.2221 [f] 647.352.2502 [e] firstname.lastname@example.org 659 st. clair avenue west, suite 200, toronto, on m6c 1a7
We're proud to be a boutique, Toronto-based graphic design and communications studio with huge ideas and personalized service... the kind you thought you couldn't get any more.
What you're saying about us
- "Responses have been overwhelmingly positive from both long time key members of Alternatives, and people we have not heard from for some time. A common informal comment is "you did the right thing". I think that many of our readers shared the comfort of the old standard, but realize that we need to engage more people in the conversation. And they recognize that your magazine redesign is a means to that end."
Publisher | Creative Director
Alternatives Journal (A\J) – CANADA'S ENVIRONMENTAL VOICE
- "Today is the 91st anniversary of the first time insulin was tested on a human patient (a 14 yr. old boy) – D-Camps (a camp for kids with Type 1 Diabetes) and everything we do is only possible because of Dr. Banting. The pieces K9 created for D-Camps bring so much life, colour and energy to our program and represent a vibrancy that 100 years ago would never have been thought to be possible. To me, they compete directly against some of the perceptions that kids with type 1 can't be like "regular" kids, are "sick" or "frail." So thanks again for taking the idea of how we want D-Camps to be perceived and creating the concepts you have – it's going to be a great year!"
Coordinator, Camp and Youth Programs
Canadian Diabetes Association – National Office
"We were extremely pleased with the design work that K9 Design did for our 2012 Commemorative Magazine. The creative was impactful and innovative, and the profiles beautifully portrayed the unique personalities of our extraordinary Inductees and award recipients. Eric, Norm and their team were very professional and accommodating throughout the entire project, and a great pleasure to work with. I look forward to our collaboration with K9 Design again on this year's publication."
Director, Marketing and Communications
Canada's Walk of Fame