henteleff park

INTERPRETIVE SIGNAGE In partnership with HTFC Planning and Design, graphic design services were required to produce permanent interpretive signage for the City of Winnipeg's Henteleff Park Interpretive Centre. Services included art direction, design development, planning and cost estimating for signage fabrication and installation. 2016

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The Henteleff Park interpretive signage colour scheme was based on the Henteleff Park logo design.

The Henteleff Park interpretive signage colour scheme was based on the Henteleff Park logo design.

Flip books were adhered to some signs giving further details about the park and it's interesting history.

Many people at the grand opening of the interpretive centre were literally overwhelmed by what we accomplished with our story telling and displays. Thank you again for all your innovativeness and hard work. It was a delight working with you.

 Yude Henteleff, President of the Henteleff Park Foundation, CM, QUC, LLD (Hons.)

A beautiful shelter building with a picnic area was constructed for visitors to enjoy while reading signage about the park's history.


City of Winnipeg

PLAQUE Interpretive signage for the Planning, Property and Development Department of the City of Winnipeg promoting the education of Canadian involvement in the Battle of Kapyong. A customized map design was included in the creation of the sign. The unveiling took place at a ceremony at the Kapyong barocks in Winnipeg, MB., in September. 2016


TATAMI STUDIO

IDENTITY AND WEB DESIGN When Maria and Ama approached me about opening an Aikido, Dru Yoga and Dru Meditation studio we began the branding process. This included; generating a business name, securing a domain name, logo and stationery design, copywriting and content development, competitive marketing analysis, photo shoot direction and planning, web site design, and signage fabrication. 2016

“Anikó took the time to get to know us and developed an understanding of what our business meant to us by listening and offering creative ideas and insight. She is very professional, capable, has an excellent eye for detail, a sense of humour and more importantly, she is very kind. Thank you Anikó, for all your patience, guidance and creativity!”

 Ama Mann, Founder, Tatami Studio

The Tatami Studio logo is based on the 2:1 ratio of tatami mats used in Japan. The configuration of the squares in the logo reflect the layout used in a traditional Japanese tea house.

“Anikó walked us through every step of the branding process with ease. She works with a team of beautiful people who all helped us within their area of expertise – she even arranged a meeting with an acquaintance which resulted in securing the perfect location for our business. Many people have commented on our beautiful, simple and comprehensive web site. She is a one stop shop and one gifted and creative lady. Thank you taking care of us every step of the way!"

– Maria Ferraro, Founder, Tatami Studio


D.F. Plett Historical Research Foundation

 

BOOK DESIGN Awarded the Art Direction contract to design and produce a ten volume educational series called 'Mennonite History for Young People', which is being published by the D.F. Plett Historical Research Foundation. Book one is titled "Leaving Canada, The Journey to Mexico" and was published in Spring. The books will be used in the education system to teach children about Mennonite History. 2016 – Present (Illustrations: Lynn Shwadchuck)

Colourful chapter title pages were created to introduce the topic.


“Anikó provided an excellent balance of listening carefully to my vision of the history reader for young people that I was working on, encouraging my own creative thinking, providing clear guidance around matters of what would and would not work design-wise, and then applying her talent, creativity, expertise and common sense to designing a very satisfactory product."  

– Rosabel Fast,  M.Ed.  M.Ed., Project Manager and Writer

Back cover, spine and cover of Volume One.

Back cover, spine and cover of Volume One.


joanne martin

 

IDENTITY AND WEB SITE Joanne Martin is an award-winning Canadian musician and composer, internationally recognized for her outstanding contributions to the field of Suzuki music education. Joanne's goals included raising her on-line profile to meet her renowned reputation, increase accessibility for teachers and musicians to purchase her published music and provide information for Suzuki colleagues about workshops and teacher training seminars. A beautiful bilingual web site was created which accomplished her goals. New publications will be added as they are published. Spring 2016

A gallery/grid system was created to organize all of Joanne's publications.


CANADIAN STUDENT HEALTH RESEARCH FORUm

PROMOTIONAL DESIGN The University of Manitoba's Faculty of Medicine's research forum requires annual design and production of promotional material including posters, brochures, medical abstract books, name tags and website graphics. This three day forum held at the Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre features international guest speakers. This years theme was ‘Patterns of Health: A Population Perspective’. 2016


MENNONITE HERITAGE VILLAGE

EXHIBIT DESIGN Each year the MHV produces a temporary exhibit. This year MHV will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in Manitoba by focusing on the stories of Mennonite women. Beyond Tradition: The Lives of Mennonite Women tells the stories of those who went beyond their traditional roles as wives and mothers. Five vibrant graphic panels were created to tell the story. 2016