Guide to surviving the 2019 federal election

Guide to surviving the 2019 federal election

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Confusion. Dread. Anxiety. These are all real feelings that pop up ahead of a federal (or maybe any) election. Dogwood’s election survival guide is a tongue-in-cheek, playful and optimistic companion to their Vote Local campaign.

To maximize shareability, I recommended a webpage rather than PDF, and designed and built a mobile-optimized one-pager. Navigating the treacherous waters of an election campaign, dodging attack ads and party rhetoric, is akin to playing a video game. I chose the colourful Pacman and customized ghosts for each party colour.

Services: design, development and doge-ing. I mean Photoshopping.

In collaboration with the unstoppable Kai Nagata, Dogwood’s Communications Director.

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Election campaign branding and material

Impact Assessment Act report

Recycling Alternative website

Columbia Institute website

Campaign branding and collateral

You’ve got butterflies!

Dasiqox Tribal Park Initiative newsletter


Business cards

Buy Local farmers’ market campaign

BC Farmers’ Market Directory

Promoting accessible books

Nutrition coupons

Farmers Appreciation Week

Trike wrap

BC Libraries Cooperative

Vote yes for better cycling and transit


David Suzuki’s Queen of Green

David Suzuki Foundation website