What we’ve done

We are information designers because we commit to understanding the substance and finding design solutions. See how we do it by engaging in a dialogue with our clients.

Networks at work

How can we show the strengths and weaknesses of the start-up ecosystem in Tokyo?

Client : Tokyo Development Learning Center
Year : 2021

The Canadian economy and the transition to a low-carbon world

How can we show the opportunities and the risks for Canada of the wave of low carbon at the global level?

Client : Canadian Institute for Climate Choices
Year : 2021

Taking nature into account(ing)

How can we show that protecting biodiversity can be good for the economy?

Client : World Bank Group
Year : 2021

Finding the Canadian path to net zero greenhouse gas emissions

How to explain clearly the myriad of ways by which Canada can achieve its target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050?

Client : Canadian Institute for Climate Choices
Year : 2021

A portfolio of inclusive businesses for a sustainable future

How to present the project portfolio of a new Canadian international development organization?

Client : FinDev Canada
Year : 2021

Promoting food security for farming communities

How do you create a practical and easy-to-use tool to guide the collection and analysis of data that will ensure seed security?

Client : SeedChange
Year : 2020

Integration of new immigrants in Montréal

How to best communicate the efforts to finance integration activities for new immigrants in Montreal?

Client : Ville de Montréal
Year : 2020

Revealing parents’ and students’ priorities

How can you clearly communicate the results of a major consultation when the future of children depends on it?

Client : Commission scolaire de Montréal
Year : 2019

Encouraging economic development in the East of Montréal

Historically, the East of Montreal is a region that has been less developed and less well served than the Center and the West. How can we mobilize political actors to restore equity?

Client : Chambre de commerce de l’Est de Montréal
Year : 2019

A theory of change for inclusive businesses

How to present the way in which a new development organization intends to change the world?

Client : FinDev Canada
Year : 2019

Visualizing World Inequality

Income inequality is both a stark reality and an abstract concept shown in numbers and calculations. How can it be made visible at the national and international level?

Client : Public service
Year : 2019

Toward a clean world for all

An independent evaluation found out that the World Bank Group is underinvesting in a major environmental problem. How to get this point across at a busy international conference?

Client : Independent Evaluation Group of the World Bank Group
Year : 2018

Women smallholders in the financial inclusion agenda

How to show the complex results of a study showing that women do not have the same level of access to financial services as men in Tanzania and Mozambique?

Client : Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP)
Year : 2018

The path to low-carbon, low-cost electricity grids

How are we going to get the right mix of energy sources in our electricity grids to achieve a low-carbon economy?

Client : Climate Policy Initiative
Year : 2017

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