Woodward Design

Housing Growth in Edmonton

August 13, 2014

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Learning about how a city grows with a growing population is very interesting. Especially for us, considering the WD studio space and our personal homes are located in the ‘core’ of Edmonton. This infographic poster is one of a few projects we created for the City of Edmonton on Growth Monitoring.

Amanda Schutz

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August 13, 2014

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Get studio news and process on our projects by visiting our new instagram!

Insta-wood: @woodwarddesign

Amanda Schutz

Edge Construction

August 13, 2014

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We are loving painted edges these days :D

Client: Edge Construction, based out of Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Amanda Schutz

Infill Action Plan

June 10, 2014

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We created a piece for the City of Edmonton called Infill Action Plan. This piece explores issues that our city faces with styles of housing and how infill affects certain neighbourhoods.

You can find a draft version of the document on the City of Edmonton website, Edmontonians are currently invited to review it and give their feedback.

Prop’s to Woodward Design’s newest team member, Rachel Beyer, for her support illustrations and production work on this project!

Amanda Schutz

New clients, new logos etc.

May 15, 2014

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Hey everyone!  Sorry for the radio silence on the WD blog. Really, when its quiet around here it just means that we are busy, making stuff. ‘Nuff said.

Here are a few new logos that have been completed the past few months for you to enjoy.

Amanda Schutz

ASEBP Wellness Guide

January 17, 2014

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A self-directed wellness guide (and workbook) for Alberta teachers and volunteer t-shirts for the ASEBP staff!

Client: Alberta School Employee Benefit Program

 

Amanda Schutz

Glenrose Hospital Signage

January 13, 2014

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Hello! We’ve developed a large series of branded signage pieces for the interior hallways of the Glenrose Hospital. These pieces located in areas where people would be waiting for an appointment or changing floors, etc. The visuals and messaging provides the viewer an opportunity to get a better understanding of what the Glenrose is trying to achieve with patient care. Additionally, its an opportunity to remind people where funding dollars go and how you can help.

Above are a few samples of our work on this project :)

Client: Glenrose Hospital Foundation

Thank you Christy Dean for photographing the work.

Amanda Schutz

Typecamp India

January 10, 2014


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Big News: We’re going to India to learn about typography in February for Typecamp India!

We’ll be learning Tamil calligraphy, meeting street typographers, screen print, look at type archives… just to name a few things. We will have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in a completely new design experience, informing how we perceive and produce design for our clients and collaborators in Canada.

Thank you to the Edmonton Arts Council for providing part of the funding to experience this.

Thank you to Shelly Gruendler  for welcoming us into the fold!

More information forthcoming :D

Amanda Schutz

Catalyst Theatre

January 8, 2014

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We would like to welcome Catalyst Theatre to our client roster! We are working on a campaign for them for the theatre production Nevermore.

Get your tickets at TIX on the Square.

Amanda Schutz

99 St. Ribbons of History

November 19, 2013

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Both WDer’s (Kristin & Amanda) worked on some historic metal sculpture pieces for the 99 Street revitalization!

Opening reception on Thursday, November 28 at 4pm on the north-west corner of 86th Avenue and 99th Street. We’ll admire the art and then make our way to the Wild Earth Café for coffee and cake at around 5pm.

More detailed stories about the project here.

Amanda Schutz