We’ve created another scientific infographic for the Norris Lab at the University of Guelph. This one is about research findings concerning fruit flies populations.
The KAP Design website has been updated with new work – infographics, reports, illustrations, videos, presentations, and more.
KAP is thrilled to be “giving wings” to important ecological research findings by Dr. Ryan Norris (University of Guelph) and his colleagues. This infographic about the monarch butterfly migration has been shared across social media and was part of the media release published on the Canadian Geographic and CBC News websites.
Last week, Canadian Geographic announced that the winner of the National Bird Project and Canada’s new National Bird is the Gray Jay. We created this infographic to introduce the nation’s new winged hero who is relatively unknown to Canadians… until now.
Click this link to view a larger version of the infographic: Get to Know Canada’s National Bird
KAP Design has created an infographic poster for Anwaatin to explain how purchasing their carbon offsets supports Anwaatin’s work in Indigenous communities fighting climate change.
The poster will be central to Anwaatin’s content marketing campaign and be given to Anwaatin customers. Purchasers of the offsets will use the poster to inform their staff and customers about how they are doing their part in the fight against climate change and supporting Indigenous stewardship.
Click this link to view and download a PDF version of the poster: We are Stewardship Warriors! poster by KAP Design
With the holiday season fast approaching, the Children’s Foundation of Guelph and Wellington contacted KAP Design to create an infographic explaining the Foundation’s Adopt-A-Family (AAF) Program. KAP worked with the Foundation to clarify the program process, identify specific participant benefits, and define the roles of each participant before designing the visual content for the infographic.
A number of visual techniques were used to make the AAF process both engaging and informative. The participants are colour-coded so readers can easily find where they fit into the process. The illustrative style used had to capture the youthful, playful energy of the children benefiting from the program while not being too “cartoony” and reducing the professionalism of the Foundation.
The infographic poster along with an accompanying brochure (also designed by KAP) will be used annually to educate and attract more donors and families to the AAF.
KAP Design is excited to share a new video we created for the College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO) as part of their multimedia campaign to create awareness about the Veterinarian-Client-Patient-Relationship, or VCPR. Watch the full video on the CVO website.
The design challenge was to increase understanding about the VCPR for both veterinarians and animal owners. Continuing the messaging approach established in the CVO’s poster campaign, also created by KAP, we wrote the script, sketched the storyboard and created the vector illustrations.
The video is an upbeat, engaging addition to the CVO’s communication resources that is successfully educating both veterinarians and clients (animal owners). While we are unsure if the video is resonating with the patients (animals), we know that it will help them by leading to “effective veterinary medicine and animal care”.