A digital version of a start guide for "You Need A Budget".
A style guide created for The Hanen Centre during a rebrand.
An infographic in narrative form about Celiac disease.
A short history of The Hanen Centre, written for the November 2016 issue of The Hanen Magazine.
White paper for The Hanen Centre, written in collaboration with a clinical expert.
Web banner for The Hanen Centre's Autism Awareness Month campaign.
A blog post on the disadvantages of small business owners accepting checks, written for Wave.
A profile on two customers for Wave Apps.
A billboard for The Hanen Centre created to promote our booth at a conference.
The first in a series of emails for a holiday campaign. This one is a content sharing email designed to introduce the campaign.
At The Hanen Centre, we’ve always believed that enjoyable, extended interactions between parents and children is the key to successful communication development. Taking turns communicating back-and-forth is the best way for a child to learn. When your child sends you a message (with or without words), it’s encouraging when you respond right away. Asking questions can be a great way to respond and encourage your child to take another turn – but it’s best if you keep a few things in mind.
An ad for The Hanen Centre's e-Seminars, published in the 2016 issue of The Hanen Magazine.
A technical document I wrote for Centennial College's learning management system.
A Pintrest tutorial on building and sharing a holiday-themed board.