Mobile Spa is a unique, five-star, professional massage service, catering to clients across Canada. They bring the spa experience to you, by having a trained therapist delivered to your door.
Mobile Spa was looking for a logo to unify their operations Canada-wide, as a rapidly expanding business providing a premium service.
Two final variations were selected, with the ability to use either in different situations. The designs cater towards both the luxury and modern brand aspects.
SoJo is a web-based learning tool that provides youth passionate about social change with the tools and informational resources needed to turn their ideas into reality and supports them in their journeys of building social ventures.
Currently the website is in Beta, and once complete it will be a comprehensive source for all the information needed to guide and support users on their journey of social entrepreneurship.
The website itself is a collection of tools and informational resources to inspire and empower you transform your ideas for social change into reality – all found at www.thesojo.net.
This project required an ongoing team-based collaboration of designers, contributing pro-bono to the developing and implementation of the site. Everything from choosing the domain name to logo design, business cards and the website layout was designed as part of this extensive process. Read the Story Behind SoJo’s Logo here.
Design team members included Bill Avgerinos and Daniel Francavilla with advisor Richard Hunt, brought on board by Visionary Kanika Gupta and Community Builder Trevor Gair.
Moving forward, SoJo aims to become the foremost online destination to inspire and empower youth to dream big and engage in social entrepreneurship, and provide useful content for individuals starting at any level.
Get involved and learn more at TheSoJo.net!
After many achievements as a dancer, choreographer and actress, judge of CTV’s So You Think You Can Dance Canada Tré Armstrong continues to grow as an artist. Her goal in life is to “rise as a philanthropist in order to support and guide youth around the world who need quality, life-empowering engagement through creative arts.”
The vision of the The Tré Armstrong Give Back Foundation is to inspire, motivate and lead creative and artistic expression across Canada. It is dedicated to improving people’s health, self-confidence and self-esteem through dance, and also focuses on developing life skills through youth programming and performing arts in the community.
The website was developed to launch the foundation in Summer 2011 and provide information about its projects.
As a newly-formed organization, a logo was also designed to represent the foundation on a variety of mediums. Variations were established, to allow for flexibility as a creative organization.
To learn more about the foundation, visit TreFoundation.org.
The Schulich Undergraduate Business Council is the student government of students at Schulich School of Business at York University. The council, which represents the interests of the student body, encourages involvement in the school, and promotes the business program to the external business community, was looking to create a completely new website and visual identity.
Although representing students of a prestigious business school, Schulich UBC wanted to add a creative edge. While maintaining the classic blue and white colour scheme, the logo design includes a splash. This organic shape in the artistic medium of paint helps Schulich UBC to stand out from other standard business organizations.
When required, alternate text-based version of the logos were also developed for formal situations.
The new website contains core content from the existing site as well as several new features. The many pages organize the council’s many clubs and events as well as online resources, and the detailed “about” section profiles each member and more.
The site was created using a content management system for easy access and efficient update ability for the council, who will post newsletter content twice per week on the blog. Further content and graphics will be added to the site after its launch on the first day of classes, September 7.
Visit the new Schulich Undergradate Business Council website at www.schulichubc.ca.