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Located in a historic building in Downtown Halifax, Clean Temple Wellness Studio offers a nutrition based approach to achieving optimal health during all stages of life. Their services include nutrition & lifestyle consultations, weight-loss, workshops in cleansing, detoxification, digestion & candida elimination.
Pinwheel was tasked with developing the brand identity including logo, cards, brochures, office documents, signage, and the web presence for this new business. The studio is run by Holistic Nutritional Consultant Anne Pryde—who also happens to be my lovely and amazing wife!
The imagery we developed for the Clean Temple logo brings to mind ideas of growth & renewal, health & vibrancy, a supportive community and nature & balance. It was important that the overall presentation of this identity be professional, clean and somewhat medical, while maintaining a welcoming, open and down-to-earth appeal.
At it’s core, this business is all about food. Helping people to make healthier & more informed food choices, alleviating symptoms that are caused by what we eat, sharing a love of cooking & good eating, and supporting the many quality local providers here in Nova Scotia.
This is a great thing. And, I’m excited for a long life of fantastic healthy eating.
I’ve been doing a fair amount of work for Halifax Biomedical Inc. over the last few months—technical manuals, business cards, a presentation template, a trade show display unit and this Brochure.
It’s a letter size single fold handout. I was supplied with 3d models and renderings of the products they offer, which I modified to create the illustrations below.
The Government of Nova Scotia has established a Voluntary Sector Professional Capacity Trust and I was contacted to design an info sheet and application form for the program. This trust is open to Non-Profit and Voluntary sector organizations in the province and will fund training and capacity needs for the organizations’ paid staff.
With several years of personal experience working for various organizations in this sector, I understand the challenges faced and the dedication of the staff. This is something I can definitely get behind.
We produced a new three panel brochure and print ad this month for local research company Performance Genomics. The company is using genetic research to improve herd life and reproductive performance of livestock.
The recent designs continue the established clean, professional, easy to read, yet scientific aestetic.
A single card brochure for a local company. Mediscribe is a leading provider of transcription and workflow management services for physicians and healthcare providers. I’ll also likely be designing a website in the near future.
This is the very beginning of an exciting new project. The old lighthouse in Souris, PEI (currently unused) has been renovated by the local harbour authority and will be re-opened this summer as an interpretive centre & gift/craft shop. I’ve been hired to work on the identity, signage, advertising & what I’m most excited about—the interpretation! The plan is to have exterior reading signs & an exhibit room on the top floor with displays, video, artifacts & stories.
Anyone who knows me knows that I love interpretive signs so you can understand my excitement.
They are using genetic research to improve herd life and reproductive performance of livestock.
Interesting stuff, with diagrams that I don’t pretend to understand. But I feel like I succeeded in creating a clean, professional, easy to read, yet scientific presentation. And they were very easy to work with.
I’ve been hired as Graphic Design/Web Coordinator for the Halifax 2011 Canada Winter Games host society. There is a ton of design work to be done in preparation for the Games in February 2011. If you look around Halifax, you will notice signs that I’ve designed at the event venues, on the commons, etc.. I’ve also got a video on the Metro Centre outdoor screen. It’s exciting to be involved in such a huge and public project!
I’ll be doing a wide variety of work including event publications, handbooks, marketing materials, PLENTY of signage and wayfinding. There are so many signs to be produced that we’re actually creating our own temporary sign fabrication shop for about a year.
It’s interesting work. Everything we publish needs to be bilingual which is a new challenge for me. The logo & graphic standards were developed by Extreme Group (our agency of record) and they continue to be involved in the ongoing marketing & design.
Here’s one of the first major pieces I produced: