Tag Archives: interpretation

Halifax 2011 Canada Games – medals kiosk

This is an interactive photo kiosk, installed now at the Halifax Airport, which showcases the Halifax 2011 Canada Games medal designs. The medal designs were the result of an open competition which was won by local students, Amber Whyley and Marlon Solis. The kiosk design includes the freestanding backdrop which features descriptive reading information on the side, as well as the…Read More

Waste diversion signage

'Waste diversion' is the industry term for garbage signs. For the Halifax 2011 Canada Games, we created unique waste diversion signage to be used in all of our venues. Since the 2011 Games actually take place across the province—and different municipalities have different rules for waste sorting—it was decided to create a generic set of signs (and rules) which work…Read More

Souris Historic Lighthouse – Interpretation

This Monday was the official grand opening of the Souris Historic Lighthouse. Working on this project, I've had the opportunity to develop the identity, website, brochure, signage and—probably what's been most interesting—interior and exterior interpretive signs. [caption id="attachment_440" align="alignnone" width="610" caption="Timeline of events and lighthouse keepers"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_441" align="alignnone" width="610" caption="Historic photos of the Souris Port"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_442" align="alignnone" width="407"…Read More

Souris Historic Lighthouse brochure

This is the very beginning of an exciting new project. The old lighthouse in Souris, PEI (currently unused) has been renovated by the local harbour authority and will be re-opened this summer as an interpretive centre & gift/craft shop. I've been hired to work on the identity, signage, advertising & what I'm most excited about—the interpretation! The plan is to…Read More

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3618 Rosemeade Ave.
Halifax, NS
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