KAP worked with the Guelph Public Library to create a visual annual report that would be both engaging and informative. In addition to communicating the standard annual report content, the focus of the infographic-packed report was to celebrate the value that the library provides the community. KAP determined which numbers were highlighted and how best to organize them. All of the library services were illustrated to inform readers and transform the annual report into a visual asset available at all library locations across the city.
We’re excited to be kicking off the 10 Carden Action Series next week. See you bright and early on Monday morning!
We had fun creating this illustration for the Labour Day long weekend but not as much fun as we had at the cottage.
The Canadian Water Network (CWN) contacted KAP Design to explain the unique space they occupy and the shared value they provide to an array of stakeholders. Multiple discovery and concept development meetings drove the design process towards a visual solution produced as both a static visual explanation (below) and the CWN ‘About Us’ webpage.
KAP Design has worked with the Ontario Nonprofit Network to create a number of engaging, informative infographics and here’s the most recent release. To date, this infographic has had over 90,000 impressions on social media.
Our website has been updated with a wealth of new information design projects. We’ve been partnering with a great group of diverse clients to create new infographics, annuals reports, visual explanations, logos and much more.
The goal of the 2015 ‘Good Food For All’ Conference hosted by Center Wellington District High School was to educate students from across the Upper Grand District School Board about food choices and the effects on academic and athletic performance.
KAP Design was asked to create the conference poster and five infographics (see below) to arm the students with knowledge about water, sugar, fiber, snacks and meals and processed food. Each infographic introduced key information, suggested food choice tips and presented results from a student food survey. The infographics were published on conference social media channels and hung at the conference as 8-foot tall banners.