Looking at 25 years of the Working Design visual identity

April 19, 2011 Posted by workingdesign in Branding

Developing logos, graphic identities and helping clients with their branding are among our favourite projects at Working Design. Whether it’s for a research institute, a social service agency or a business, the process of defining a look, an online presence and who you are in your sector, the process is the same. The job can be more challenging, however, when the client is…yourself. More...

Workingfolio: Affordable websites for visual artists

December 9, 2010 Posted by workingdesign in Workingfolio

Visual artists need professional and affordable websites to show the world their work. At Working Design –as keen supporters of the arts and artists– we know that marketing is often well down the list of artist priorities. That’s why we’ve developed a web template called Workingfolio especially for visual artists. More...

What’s in a name: Working Design (and some other “working” titles)

July 9, 2010 Posted by Kris in Working Design

When we named our company more than 20 years ago, we chose Working Design because of its multiple meanings. A “working design” or drawing is a step along the way towards preparing a finished piece of art or design whether it’s for a magazine, product or something else. It refers to a work in progress. We like the name because it speaks to our approach of client collaboration as we work together to build a website, a brand, a poster or piece of direct mail. More...